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Best option for an infected computer? I may or may not be infected with malware/virus, but I'd just like to clean out my system anyway. (There are some signs of them but scanners report nothing.)
What is the best method? I currently have Macrium Reflect but am not sure if that's the best way for my situation.
Question regarding infected computer. I've had some virus issues on my computer, so I decided to format the disk and reinstall windows just to be 100% sure it's gone. However I have an extra harddrive which I use to keep most of my files such as music, movies and a couple of programs.
My question is do I have to clean out this one...
Is my computer infected with Malware? Or is this just an error? I joined this forum a couple minutes ago because I have a serious problem with my computer. And please, if you want to explain how to fix this problem do it so that I can understand :). I am not very experienced with computers. All I know is some basic stuff like how to run games, installing stuff,...
I think my computer is infected – what do I do now? This is something i found in Guidance and advice - Learn more about malware - Microsoft Malware Protection Center thought of posting it becasue lot of them have this question.
I think my computer is infected – what do I do now?
Depending on the malware or spyware behavior,...