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computer infected. what can i do ??


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#1 lost society

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Posted 25 January 2015 - 06:47 AM

Hi guys. im not a computer boffin of any sorts and therefore this may seem a bit novice or naive but i need some help.. i keep getting infected with various things, then i run a scan and they get rid of them only to get infected again not long after.Its been virus free for a few months and now something has hit me hard, super slow, pop ups with blank pages, programs not running properly. 

 

I have the free avast, SUPERanti spyware and malware bytes on the laptop. usually its superanti that gets rid of these problems but isnt this time. they are the free versions as i dont have much money right now to buy the full versions.. Also theres a program thats appeared which i think is the issues. its called THEATERMAX 2.1v19.01 . i cant seem to uninstall it in my control panel.. this is defo a issue program as it keeps popping crap up etc.. 

 

i guess my question is, what virus / malware protection should i use out of the three i have or is it ok to run all three. OR should i get rid of them and use another better program. i use my computer alot and this is causing me serious issues. i need to run a full scan and get rid of the issues

 

Thank you in advance for your help. Much appreciated



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#2 Gmer99

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Posted 25 January 2015 - 07:09 AM

Hello lost society , use something better like Kaspersky Virus removal tool or DrWeb CureIt tool both are free and very efficient to clean malware , you can also try to download Malwarebytes free version and run a full scan with this anti-malware... Superantispyware is not good .... Avast should catch the malware ... do this 1 Update virus version , 2 Go to scan >> Select Boot time scan >> go to scan settings select those options to maximum , choose to scan all users and programms and all disk partitions ... 3



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Posted 25 January 2015 - 07:13 AM

>> Reboot ur computer and let do his job to scan malware ... Good luck ... 

If you still think is infected use Malwarebytes free version...http://www.malwarebytes.org/mwb-download/var7/ :warrior:






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