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Windows 7: How to delete QVo6


17 Apr 2013   #1

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How to delete QVo6

I've HP Pavilion g6 Laptop with windows 7 professional , I've No idea what happened but suddenly all my chrome settings changed to use "Qvo6.com". searched about ti they say its virus but did not find a way to get rid off it !!!!! its sooooo annoying can any one help !!!


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17 Apr 2013   #2

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In addition to running a full scan with your updated and installed anti-virus suite, you can also run these free on-demand scanners. Keep in mind that no anti-malware product is 100% effective 100% of the time. If there was such a thing everybody would be using it. The more scans you run that come back "no malware detected" the greater the probability your computer is malware free. But you can never be 100% sure. Some malware can bury itself so deep that anti-malware products may not find it.

Windows Defender Offline

Malwarebytes

Superantispyware

ESET Online Scanner

AdwCleaner from bleepingcomputer

I'd also suggest you click on the triangle icon in the upper right corner of your post. A new window will open. Ask the Admins to move this thread to "System Security" where it will be seen by many more security experts.
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31 May 2013   #3

windows home 32bit
 
 

Find the explorer in start menu.click on properties and go to target and remove every thing after explorer .exe.lets know if it worked for you thanks graham.
You may need to go to add remove programs and remove anything that doesn't look right.lets know how you go graham
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