When I did a virus scan on my computer it came up with 2 viruses. One is the edmond.exe virus and the other is named sysupd.dll both are Trojan viruses. My virus program cannot delete, clean or quarrantine these. What do I do now?
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First you will want to download each of the above programs and then install them After you install them, you MUST update them so you will have the latest protection There is one small exception: CWShredder is a stand-alone program that doesn't need to be installed, but you do need to have it check for an update to ensure that you have the latest version If you don't update these programs and you are infected with the latest parasites, you will not be able to effectively detect and clean them from your computer, so remember to update, update, update
Since spyware is a bigger problem today than viruses, and spyware is typically harder to find and get rid of, I suggest to start looking for spyware first I also use the different AS software packages in a specific order so that I go after the tougher problems first and the easiest ones last
Right-click the My Computer icon, and then click Properties
Click the System Restore tab
Check "Turn off System Restore" or "Turn off System Restore on all drives."
When turning off System Restore, the existing restore points will be deleted Click Yes to do this
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Posted by Johnny of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on May 26, 2005