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I dont know what's wrong with my computer, everything was all right before I did the virus scan, I used the ewido and kaspersky anti-virus software to scan my computer, with the ewido scan 114 objects are found to be infected, I deleted them all, with the kaspersky some are password proctected and cant be processed(what does that mean?), and then I downloaded a trend anti-virus software, the installation is complete, but when it says to lauch the software, it suddenly stops, and from then on, my computer's dead, if I want to open 'My computer' and click the botton, it means I have to wait one million year, now I cant use my computer to do anything.

Before the scan, my computer failed to update any anti-virus software and Limewire, it just cant get to connect, I dont know why.

My computer had some trojan virus and maybe other virus like worm or something, and last year I went to a computer shop and got it repaired, I think I will probably need to go there again, before doing that, I'm wondering if anyone here knows what else I can do. THANKS!
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Hello and welocm to Geeks To Go fruitree
You have malware so please read This and then post Here. Do not post in this thread, we will just move it.

Edited by Michael Buckley, 02 October 2005 - 09:51 PM.

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