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Virus Infection


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#1 Horse Box

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 05:29 PM

Dear Forum,

My laptop is infected with a Virus. I have Anti-Virus Software which I never seen before saying it detected a virus and i need to remove immediately. It ttakes me to virus install site which I feel is fake. Now it pops up a windows listing a no. of Virus's detected and wishing me to remove, which I don't, it proceed to ask me I want to work unprotected.

I tried on 2 occasions to install AVG 9 and (10) but it will not install it makes me refer to AVG as AVG encounted problems installing (I think this is linked to the Virus). I found the file "InternetAV2011.exe" /hkd and I cannot remove this file as it it the Anti-Virus install file (rogue).

CAN SOME ONE HELP ME. PLEASE

Horse Box

P.S. I had a similar problem some time back but surprising the Virus uninstalled AVG as I was watching and the only way I could fix this was to do a System Restore. AVG denied this could happen but I have spoken to other and they said the same thing happened to them.

Edited by hamluis, 10 January 2011 - 05:32 PM.
Moved from XP forum to Am I Infected ~ Hamluis.

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