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How do I remove a quarantined virus from my computer?


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2011-04-28 13:46:55
2011-04-28 13:46:55

You take your computer and destroy it with an ax then there won't be a virus on their anymore

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Yes,even though the virus is quarantined, the virus isn't removed or blocked from your computer. Quarantine is justthe list that shows what you would like to do with the viruses.

If the virus has been quarantined then you are safe because the virus cannot execute its commands. You are safe when it comes to that single virus. However it is very likely that your system is infected by other malware so you want to launch a complete scan.

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Yes a computer virus can be removed from a computer. At the very least it can be quarantined so it does not affect the system. Norton Antivirus and McAfee Antivirus can scan your system for a virus and get rid of it.

If you suspect there is a virus on your computer, you should immediately scan your computer with an installed antivirus. When your antivirus finds a virus, either have it quarantined or removed. By quarantining a virus, you have the ability to send the file to the antivirus company for analysis, so that way they can protect other clients from the virus.

delete that chit man.. a virus is called a "virus" for a reason LOL

There are many ways one can remove a trojan virus from one's computer. One can remove a trojan virus from their computer by downloading a virus removal software such as Sophos.

It will remove the virus (and everything else) from that drive but it will not necessarily remove the virus from the computer.

Go to My Computer > Control Panel > Download removal software > Guffins > Remove To remove the virus My Computer > [Insert your anti virus software here] > detect virus > delete

No Spware and viruses both damage the computer. You need an anti spyware to remove spyware and a good anti virus to remove virus

do an antivirus scan . it will show the virus. click on the virus and click remove/destroy/remove threat

Either run a virus scan, or simply format the computer.Formatting is the best, as it *will* remove it.

A Computer virus usually gets in by the internet , just like unwanted cookies. You would need a virus scanner to remove the virus from your computer or laptop .

Yes, most of the computer virus have security threat to the infected computer. If your computer has been infected with virus, you should remove it quickly.

Yes by downloading Virus cleaner and block the cause of the virus

Scanning virus only help to find the virus inside your computer disks, but do no other actions, virus is still in your computer. But Removing virus not only find it, but also remove the virus from your computer. Thus no such virus will remain in your computer after that.

you use antivirus and scan the computer then remove the virus

you make a formate for your computer if the virus is too danger

How to remove a virus in steps. .Install anti-Virus .run a full system scan .if virus shows click remove [or box it] .if doesn't remove find the location where it is found .remove file That is how to remove a virus

Honestly, if you had this virus on your computer it's most likely you won't be able to remove by youself. You would have to go to your closest digital nomads which are people who can get a chip in your computer to help the virus go away.

A system I have been working with that has AVG Anti Virus installed showed this Trojan as Quarantined. Perhaps this might help you?

yes, but how will you contact me?

Contact FBI Virus Removal Service.They Remotely clean your Computer FBI Virus.

Your best bet would be to just take the computer to Staples and have them remove the virus.

You remove the virus. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode and scan with your Anti-Virus software.

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