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Memory-resident viruses only removable in safe mode and by the command prompt?

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#1 ItWouldRuin


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Posted 06 January 2009 - 04:33 PM

Yo, guys. :thumbsup:

See, I am wondering if memory-resident viruses are merely capable of being discerned and knocked out by protection software in safe mode and by entering the command prompt and erasing them from there?

It's puzzling. :flowers:

Anyway, thanks!

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