How do you fix a system file that has changed because of a virus attack?
We can use the windows feature called SFC(system file
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 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…
Easy, if you know what the names mean. HIV is the name of a virus that attacks the immune system. We're always surrounded by viruses, and they're generally not a problem as long as the immune system is able to fight them off. AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. This is a clumsy way of saying that the immune system has gotten weaker, and is failing because of being under attack by the HIV…
a anti virus cannot remove all virus because by the time when your computer is at least infected by 17-20 files, it may become unresponsive leaving the anti virus unable to attack properly.However, it could delete most virus, but new one, as anonymous ones may be created therefore not making the anti virus software to attack and remove.
Because your immune system is literally at war with the virus that invaded it. It's a good analogy because it accurately describes what is happening. The "invading" HIV virus goes on the attack and target specific blood cells called CD4 or T-helper cells. CD4 cells are crucial to your body's defense system. If they are compromised or destroyed, the body is left unable to protect itself from disease.
Viruses don't normally "attack" your RAM, but they can use large quantities of it themselves - which will slow down your system. Viruses usually attack other things on your system, like your files or your hard drive itself. There is no way they could directly attack your RAM, since your RAM is a physical piece of hardware.
helper t Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) attacks the CD4+T cells, which are basically your immune system. which prevent you from infections HIV or Human immunodeficiency virus does not really attack anything but aids which is the disease it leads to does. Aids attacks the immune system which causes major problems for your body. People who are HIV positive may carry the disease for years before noticing anything.
Modern Mac OSs are based on Linux. Linux is not prone to virus attack because executable files cannot affect other files unless they can get permission. If you were to change ownership of all of your system files and run as administrator you might get a virus that could damage your system but, since that is unlikely, nobody has bothered to write code that will exploit that situation.