"when your computer infected virus what should we do"?

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    i'd try 2 things...one thing is go to your control panel and click on "classic view" so you can see wat you're doing, and click performance and maintenance. Then go to the upper left corner and click on system restore and try to go back to a time when u didnt have it..it doesnt always work but it's worth a try. if that doesnt work you're going to have to reformat your computer

  • G
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Use these scans.

    All of these are ones that I personally use and all are free.

    AVG Removes I-Worm/Stration · BackDoor.Generic3.GBB and .GBC · Worm/Generic.FX · Exploit.WMF


    Spybot - Search & Destroy detects and removes spyware, a relatively new kind of threat not yet covered by common anti-virus applications. Spyware silently tracks your surfing behaviour to create a marketing profile for you that is transmitted without your knowledge to the compilers and sold to advertising companies. If you see new toolbars in your Internet Explorer that you haven't intentionally installed, if your browser crashes inexplicably, or if your home page has been "hijacked" (or changed without your knowledge), your computer is most probably infected with spyware. Even if you don't see the symptoms, your computer may be infected, because more and more spyware is emerging. Spybot-S&D is free, so there's no harm giving it a try to see if something has invaded your computer.



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    Make sure after you download any of these, that you update them.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Give up using Windows, and install Linux on your computer. Linux is immune to all viruses, malware, spyware and adware.

    Linux is a complete operating system that is either free or very cheap ($10-$30) and comes bundled with a huge variety of free software.

    The Linux desktop is amazingly flexible and customizable, and anyone who is used to Windows will soon feel comfortable with it - and shocked by how dull their old Windows system looks by comparison! For example, in Linux you can use up to twenty (yes twenty) separate desktop work spaces - Windows only gives you one.

    Go to www.distrowatch.com to find out how to get all the popular flavors of Linux...

    ...then do an image search for Linux screen grabs on Google.


    DC :)

  • 1 decade ago

    well the simplest way to handle this problem is to dowload a free anti-virus scanner such as AVG,MCaffe etc..if this solves ur problem np else go n buy a more effective virus scanner n remover(they r more effective coz they can find out more virus signatures)...

    last option will be to format ur disk.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If it says what virus it is, make a note of it and goto www.symantec.com. Look for a removal tool

  • 1 decade ago

    Install anti spyware and anti virus software to get it off

    The first one is called LAVASOFT anti spyware, this has been out for awile, and its the most top rated anti spyware applications on the market right now


    Avg anti virus is one of the best heres the link to download it.


    Zonealarm this is a top notch firewall, and i reccamend it GREATLY! this helped spyware, and virues from not getting on your computer in the first place!


    Those are the most common, best antispyware/ anti virus applications out there right now, and there all free so i reccamend them GREATLY

    Questions/ comments or need more help?

    email me at


    Source(s): 10 years of being a security manager
  • 1 decade ago

    depends on the type of the infections.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    i think every ones computer is affected i have a Trojan horse on my PC and i wish the person that is doing this stuff need to stop.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    download avast from cnet.com

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