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Virus-rootkit infection, can't uptdate windows [Closed]


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yes i have installed comodo in both computers pro IS


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OK I will have a quick look at the logs and see if I can locate where the problem may be
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okay, now i remember that the primary problem surge when i used slimdrivers, i install all the drivers that slimdrivers suggested me, and after that, all the problem comes up, because before i used slim drivers i run some malware scanners, and the computer was ok, but after slimdrivers the problem starts,  


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OK you can use slimdrivers to restore some of the more problematical drivers ... Usually video ones
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ok, but i unninstaled slim drivers, still i can reset drivers?


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Alas no.... But what you could do is get windows to update to the latest certified driver

Control Panel > Device Manager

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okay im checking updates for all drivers, i post the result later  :yes:


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OK, although it is usually the video drivers that cause this sort of problem
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