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how to get rid of av protecton 2011

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#1 greylikealien15


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Posted 25 November 2011 - 01:57 AM

if u click on av protection in your desktop and under start, and it says file has been changed or moved, does it mean that the virus is gone.

first thing i have the malwaire bytes antimalwaire, super antispyware free and avast free version installed on my pc.

i tried to use TDSSKiller like what someone here once told me but the scan took about two minutes and said no threats found. i tried it five times.
i not too experienced with safe mode. will avast free, malwairebytes antimalwaire free and super antispyware free remove the virus if i do full scans on those.

anothe rproblem that i have dont know if its av related, whenever i access the internet , the avast program pops up and says avast network shield has blocked a harmful site and then it says the object is the site im on which is mostly yahoo email , facebook, yahoo answers. , and that the process is the internet i use which is google chrome or firefox. the thing is i only use mostly email, yahoo answers, and facebook on my pc so i doubyt those sites can give a virus. are they related to the av installed on my pc. this pisses me off cause the notice takes up a good portion of my screen.

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