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One half-3666 virus [Solved]


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GgFury

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Hi, I loaded up my desktop today, only to have my avast security notify me that all these files were being moved to the virus chest due to them being infected. I loaded my computer into safe mode to run a malwarebytes scan only to find that all my shortcuts were gone. The files are still present on my computer but all my shortcuts have been moved to Avast's virus chest, with all of them being infected with One half-3666 virus. Can you help me remove this virus and restore my shortcuts? Thank you.
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Nevermind, Avast must have decided that it would be fun to move all my shortcuts to the virus chest, I have run a scan on every file in the chest only to have 'no virus detected' pop up. I have restored all the files without any further problems. I apologise for the inconvenience.
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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