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new anitvira virus for windows 7


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#1 travis89

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Posted 11 February 2011 - 03:39 PM

ok so i got home last night to find my computer with the new antivira virus for windows 7. i already follwed the step by step process that bleepingcomputer provides http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-antivira-av , so i downloaded the rkill and put on my computer with a flash drive and ran it so it blocks the virus from closing any unwated programs by them, and then i ran maleware bytes full scan and it didnt pick it up. but the virus isnt doing anything that it was befor, i no longer have any of the pop windows from it, but i now try to acess the internet and it will not load any page it completely blocks me from going online, but i am connected because it allows me to log into aim?.....some one please help me i dont wanna reformat my drive if possible. thank you........ok so now i have running/working internet connection on my tower with the antivira av virus, still the maleware bytes did not pick up the virus, and my microsft sequirty essentials is now working and the fire wall is turned back on. does any one know of a program that can detect this virus other then the maleware bytes thats stated?

Edited by travis89, 11 February 2011 - 05:12 PM.


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