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How do I remove Winfixer from my computer


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lmr4angels

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Hi,

Is there anyone that walk a computer novice through a step-by-step process on how to effectively get rid of this Winfixer from my computer?

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I wish I could help you man but I dont what I did the other day to get rid of it. I removed something from the registry but I removed so much stuff I dont know what did it.
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Thank you...Hopefully someone from Geekstogo, gets back with me quickly.
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take a look here: http://www.geekstogo...-Log-t2852.html
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Hi,

So, all I need to do is follow the step by step process (the link you provided) and go from there? It's a little scary, what I do something to harm my sytems, access to internet, etc. I work out of my home via the computer 10 hours everyday. I am afraid I may do something incorrect?
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basically, just do this:

many antispyware programs will not be able to completely remove the spyware from you computer. Go directly to step 5 and download Hijackthis. Run it and save a log. Copy that log to the Malware forum here: http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

The staff will help you remove it.
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basically, just do this:

many antispyware programs will not be able to completely remove the spyware from you computer. Go directly to step 5 and download Hijackthis. Run it and save a log. Copy that log to the Malware forum here: http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

The staff will help you remove it.
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Thank you! I will definitely do this.
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