How to Remove a Virus

 

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Difficulty: Moderately Hard     Time: Considerable

In order to remove a virus from your computer, follow these steps.

  1. Make sure you are logged on to your computer image
  2. Launch Task Manager
  3. Click the Processes tab
  4. If you know the name of the virus, look for it and Right-click the process, then click End process. If the operation was successful open Windows Explorer, type %appdata%, image and look for a file with a suspicious name.  ( Some known virus names are: isecurity, privacyprotec, etc.)app data virus
  5. Delete the suspicious file. You have now removed the virus from your computer
  6. If the operation was not successful and you could not open Task Manager, proceed to step 7.
  7. Turn off from the computer.
  8. Start the computer
  9. When BIOS ( or the Manufacturer’s name) appears,  hit the F12key on the keyboard.
  10. Select Safe Mode ( you can also select Safe Mode with Networking Support, if you are confident Networking will not further endanger your computer)
  11. After you have logged in, in Safe Mode,open Windows Explorer type %appdata%,image and look for a file with a suspicious name.
  12. Delete the suspicious file. You have now removed the virus from your computer
  13. If you were not able to locate the virus in Safe Mode, using Explorer and typing “%appdata%”, proceed to the next step.
  14. Open your Antivirus program,  and run a Quick Scan.image
  15. The antivirus program will warn you of the virus, click the appropriate action to Remove the virus.
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