We can use the windows feature called SFC(system file checker)
you need the windows CD
#insert the cd
#start the computer in safe mode with command prompt
#to get in to safe mode with command prompt you should keep tapping F8 key after you turn on the computer it will show u the advanced windows optoins, where you need to select safe mode with command prompt,
#when u get the cmd.exe
#type sfc /scannow
#thats it, it will check for corrupted files and repair that
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Because the immune system attack the dead virus so the next time the virus come into the body thebimmune systek reconize it and attack the virus
HIV virus attack to ammune system
they attack aquires when the document is open
An attack occurs when an infected document is open.
No. Rabies attacks the nervous system.
Central neverous system
first it spreads to your nervous system. then it multiplies.
HIV does not infect the nervous system but affects it. Since HIV suppresses the immune system, pathogens can attack the nervous system. The virus does not directly attack the nerves.
The HIV virus attacks the immune system, specifically cells called T-helper or CD4 cells.
The HIV virus attacks the immune system. Specifically it affects Helper T-cells.
White blood cells. From the immune system.
The virus attacks the cardiovascular system not certain cells.
i think the virus first attack the Mexico .
no..because it is completly based on body signals...
No, viruses cannot attack a display/monitor. They have no real operating system.
Any malware may not attack a given system if it is targetted to a specific system. Unix systems are vulnerable to viruses and malware just as other systems are.
no because a virus con kill your computer
Computer viruses do attack Mac computers. The biggest difference is that there are so many more Windows computers that most computer criminals write their virus to attack the Windows operating system.
Yes they would because they are under specific conditions that will not sunburn them or bring them to virus/diseases to attack their not as efficient immune system
The virus isn't in the taxonomic system because there is an ongoing debate between many people on whether or not the virus is actually living or not, due to the fact that the virus has to rely on a host to reproduce.
Because the HIV virus is an adapted form of the AIDS virus. The AIDS virus and the HIV virus are both difficult to treat because they first lower the immune system by destorying important cells in the body such as white blood cells and phagocytes, making it more diffcult to battle the virus and they both have an extremely high mutation rate, making it difficult for your white blood cells to create anti-bodies intime before the virus' antigen markers have changed. In laymen's terms, the virus changes too quickly for your immune system to try and cure you of it.
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It attacks the nervous system. It is a disease of the ends of the nerve cells that are in the skin.