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Got Rid Of My PSGuard

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While surfing last night, I stumbled onto a website that launched and installed something onto my PC and I couldn't do anything about it. Next I knew, I had a red exclamation icon on my Systray, my wallpaper had changed, and my homepage had been hijacked.

After trying all sorts of things through my Registry and Task Manager to no avail, I came across this website. Through reading all the various posts, I realized how difficult it was going to be to get rid of it. That's when it occurred to me that I should try to RESTORE my system. Fortunately for me, my last restore point was only from a couple days ago so any data loss would be worth the risk. It worked like a charm. Everything was essentially restored to how it was when I first logged on that night. I save most of my files on secondary hard drives so I basically didn't lose any data. So there you go...here's an alternative to remove this frustrating virus/spyware. Good luck!
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