One of the best features of Windows ME or XP is the System Restore option, however if a virus infects a computer with this operating system the virus may be accidentally backed up because of this feature. In order to completely remove a virus on these operating systems, you should disable System Restore before cleaning the system, then reenable it after the system is clean.
yes it deletes you net drivers and it delete your restore files
You need a certain Anti-Virus Software, that allows you to either quarantine or delete malicious software on your computer.
it can delete your programs
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
Delete the system32 folder on your computer
Virus can delete files in your computer . It can slow down your computer . It also depends on the power of the virus you get . Some virus's are used to get information of others .
# Disable system restore (otherwise the virus will return) http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2001111912274039?OpenDocument&src=sec_doc_nam # Start your PC in safe mode. do this by pressing F8 when the computer is starting up. # Run norton antivirus and it should be able to find and delete the virus # Restart the computer # Enable system restore
Yes, all you have to know is how to delete and what file to delete.
You computer might be virus-infected.
yeah you can
it can delete all of your files if you do not get rid of it
Have a look at AVG free anti virus http://free.avg.com