With an antivirus program such as norton.
You shouldn't get a new folder, System32 is a virus and you should delete it instantly.
I think you can't
Yes. Delete System32 now.
dont touch it it is not a virus it is the computers operating system if you think you have a virus use an anti virus software
Delete the system32 folder on your computer
The system32 virus...It screws up Windows operating system and randomly deletes important imformation (files) on your computer.... How to get rid of it:Go to computer,C: Drive and then go to a folder named system32.Wait for all the files to appear...Press Crtl + A + Delete on your keyboard...Success!You have gotten rid of the system32 virus
system 32 is not a virus it is the computers operating system dont touch it use an anti virus if anything
Delete your system32 folder that works ever time.
Yes, tuneup utilities is a virus. It tries to delete system32. This happened to me and I had to purchase a new laptop.
Symantec anitvirus continually notifies that is has found virus Trojan.Adclicker and the file is C:\WINDOWS\system32\ir4ace.dll
nod32 is a virus delete everything on your c drive or the virus will spread to everyone in your address book
System32. Delete it immediately and you should be fine.
system32 is the most important files on your computer/laptop. if you deleted it,it would greatly screw up your computer/laptop. some people has been tricking people to delete system32 by saying it is a virus,size hogger,or a bunch of useless stuff. NEVER EVER DELETE SYSTEM32
System32 just search it on your computer and search it if you find it delete it!
It's a virus, so delete you have dun goofed boy
Hello! I have delete it! The virus create an infected copy of EXPLORER.EXE in the folders: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 (or C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32) and C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DLLCACHE (or C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DLLCACHE) To remove it, start Windows in protected mode, then delete the files EXPLORER.EXE on these folders (there are hidden system files, then you have to enable to display hidden system files). That's all !!!!!!! Very easy. Aldito. This worm virus is probably running over existing IM files. Try to update your IM application and it will run over the virus files.
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO Never delete System32 considering without those files your computer will never reboot again and it will legitimately die. If you have a virus, let and antivirus software take care of it. Never remove ANY system32 files. It will screw up your whole computer.
Delete all files in the "temp" folders
Try downloading a program by the name of Avast it's a great virus scanner/protector :)
If Avast is telling you that a file from system32 is a virus, this means that file could be infected with a virus. If you have the option, just delete the file as you would any other file through Avast; system32 tends to be subject to viruses more than other files, but Avast will usually take care of the virus without problem. However if Avast is telling you that all of system32 is infected -not just a number of files- then you should either seek professional help as this often needs to be delt with on a case by case basis. Or put it into the Avast chest because this will perserve the functionallity of the operating system, however this is not recomended.
to get rid of a computer virus just delete System32 in your computer it is where they all hide just delete the whole file it always works for me
Tired of the startpage.8.A virus then check the website for removal instruction http://www.sarc.com/avcenter/venc/data/trojan.startpage.html This is security response website of symantec antivirus group.
bkevcyay.dll sounds like a random filename a virus would use to install itself in your System32 folder. You may want to run a scan of your system using both an Anti-Virus or an Anti-Malware utility.
There are multiple places a virus can hide. The common places are C:\Windows and C:\Windows\System32.