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Cpu viruses - how to delete a cpu virus from your laptop - confidence

 

Computer viruses infect millions of computers every day. Viruses can annihilate data, steal critical information, and even make a mainframe entirely unusable. When a mainframe is infected by a virus it is imperative that the virus be aloof as briefly as possible.

If a laptop is infected by a cpu virus the cpu needs to be scanned by virus scanning software. If you do not own virus scanning software than you may buy some software at www. norton. com. If you do not wish to buy the virus scanning software at this point, than you may use a free virus scan which is located at www. mcafee. com.

In order to use the freescan;

1. Go to www. mcafee. com,

2. Click on home & home office

3. Under the caption of free tools (at the base of the page), click scan now

4. Click scan now (accepting user agreement)

5. The agenda will download an activex check (make sure that they are allowed), click establish when prompted to do so

6. Make sure C: Drive is highlighted and click scan

7. If any files are found by Mcafee to have viruses, go to that scene on your hard-drive, and obliterate those files.

If you cannot approach the Internet as a consequence of the virus or the mainframe is unusable, than other actions may have to be taken. If the central processing unit is unusable, and you have a further hard-drive on hand, than you may hook up the hurt hard-drive as a slave drive.

(Consult the user guide of your central processing unit to see where your hard-drive is hooked up, and how your motherboard is setup). You will have to disengage your hard-drive, put a assorted hard-drive in as the core drive, and link up the broken drive as the slave drive (make sure the cpu is shut down and unplugged when removing cpu parts, also make sure you are beached (static electricity destroys central processing unit parts)). Once this is done than you may boot your computer, and copy the crucial files over to the other hard drive. You may also run scans on your slave drive at this point, in order to delete the virus from the dented hard drive.

Another way to delete a virus from your mainframe is to use the abstraction tools on www. symantec. com.

1. If a different mainframe is existing (if the virus infected cpu is unusable), than go to www. symantec. com

2. Click on the Defense Rejoinder Tab

3. You can look for the virus that is infected on your computer. Once you find out what virus is infected on your laptop (look for the actions that the virus is exhibiting on your computer), you can click on the Downloads Tab

4. Click on Virus Confiscation Tools

5. Click on the virus that is infected on your computer

6. Follow the directives on the virus confiscation page in order to confiscate the virus from the infected computer.

Benjamin Nicholson
CCIE Licensed Association Engineer
http://www. grinnation. com
benjamnicholson@aol. com
http://www. grinnation. com/computerviruses. htm

Benjamin Nicholson is a CCIE (Cisco Expert Internetworking Expert). He has been effective in the I. T. business for the past 20 years, and most in recent times has been studying cpu viruses and the bang of mainframe viruses and spyware on society.


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