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How do I remove "Your Computer is Infected?"


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#1 Pammi

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 03:22 PM

I have the virus which pops up and tells me I have a virus. I believe it is call "Your Computer is Infected"

I am using Windows Vista and have a 64bit system. Is there any hope? Geeksquad said they will remove it for $200

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 03:24 PM

Is there an anti virus program available for this virus?

Edited by Budapest, 06 April 2010 - 04:44 PM.
Moved from Vista ~BP


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Posted 12 April 2010 - 07:48 PM

I think what you are referring to with the "Your computer is infected" is usually the typical calling card for the 'Antivirus 2010' crap that comes on and starts like it is doing a scan and is actually planting crap and planting itself in your machine. Your best solution is probably trying to do a system restore if you can pinpoint a time before you started getting this garbage to be popping up. Outside of that you're just going to have to google for removal instructions and trying to take the long route instead. I've seen some answers that require you to do a 'hijackthis' scan and letting a specialist analyze your hijackthis log and walk you through cleaning and maybe even some other third party scans with malwarebytes and some others. Hopefully your system restore will take care of it for you and you won't have to go the long route. Best to you...




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