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I cannot access any antivirus website....


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amnewone

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I am unable to access any antivirus website.

Also I found viewdrive.exe in my C and D drives. It was a hidden file. I deleted those files but I think my system is still infected with viruses.

Please Help...!!!
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amnewone

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More trouble :D System not booting at all....

I tried rebooting in safe mode( by going to mscofig and in boot.ini selecting safe mode with networking). On restart it shows option to select from safe mode, safe mode with networking etc. when I select any of the option a blue screen comes for a few seconds and system restarts.

P.S
I don't have CD rom on my JoyBook Lite :D

Edited by amnewone, 17 February 2011 - 07:28 AM.

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Dakeyras

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Hi. :D

Do you still require assistance and if so can you inform myself the exact make/modal of your BenQ Joybook/plus the Operating System in use if not XP, thank you.
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It has come to my attention your are currently being assisted here by my colleague Salagubang...Whist I appreciate you would like your machines problems rectified, posting multiple requests for assistance is far from prudent. Serious problems may arise if following the advice of several different helpers simultaneously, plus it is a waste of our time as we are all volunteers.

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