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Windows 7: help needed ransomware

06 Apr 2012   #1
paulstung

7 home premium 64bit
 
 
help needed ransomware

Firstly hi all.A few nights ago I was stung with the met police operating system locked,screen it looked a it iffy but I still panicked,with being quite a newbie with pc's,not knowing at the time, what it was my first reaction was to do a full,system recovery back to factory settings,it was lucky that the day before I backed everything up to an external hardrive,and done a day one wipe any way.But my question is is my problem solved?Iv,e done a full avg scan and all seems fine but my pc isn't acting the same just a few niggles like,when opening a web page it loads and if I scroll down a little,it seems to reload and go back to the top ov the page.This happens every time I open a page,It,s hard to explain in words exactly what is going on I just no all is not right.Did me going back to factory settings,wipe this virus or do I need to go into safe mode with prompts to remove it that way.If I need to manually remove it (Iv'e got a vid off youtube)I now that I need to repeatidly press f8 but Iv'e tried that and nothing is happening.Please help


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08 Apr 2012   #2
Jacee
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1
 
 

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