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Constant virus..it keeps coming back >.<


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Well, I've run Avast! many times in the last few days, and it keeps finding the same Trojan's every time I do. It'll find them at 27% completion and 49% completion..and only if I'm actually awake the moment it finds the virus does it even matter, because it always freezes after I delete the virus and I have to close and restart the scanner, then I just get up and go out of the room again and the same thing happens again..and it's always the same [bleep] virus in some part of the system restore area that just won't go away. No other scanner I've got finds anything, with the exception of Ad-Aware which never finds anything of importance. I should have wrote down the virus name, but it didn't occur to me to even ask about it 'til now, and I imagine you could tell me how to get rid of a recurring virus without having to know exactly where it is anyway.


Thanks in advance
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You need to go to the malware forum and follow their scanning procedures and then make a post of your scans. Then just wait for someone to help you. Some of these trojans are well beyond the skill of the ordinary user and need special tools to find what they are and remove them.
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