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    Major Problem in PC

    I have some serious problem with my PC

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    My Computer has become virus affected last month.

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    Hello,

    If your computer is infected by a virus, first try running a diagnostic. If you don't have a good software that can remove the virus, it may be good to buy an anti-virus software/ package [like Norton or McAfee], or download one, such as AVG or Avast. It all depends on what your preferences are, so you might have to spend some time researching what's best for you and your computer.
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    On the surface, the PSU maybe at fault as it maybe lacking for the full drain of its output or power leg(s). There are different versions of Raidmax 500W, so what is the model#? Next, if you've done any OC'ing, use defaults keep it to basics. And Install new window in your pc and instantly install antivirus before any program install....

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    Hi, if your computer is virus infected then you must try Kaspersky . Its good antivirus and select for scan on the time of booting so that it can clean viruses.

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    Thanks Guys! Good info for me also.

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    I just wanted to share my virus protection combination.
    1. avast free
    2. malwarebytes
    3. ccleaner
    4. rkill which I run before everything else when I'm troubleshooting virus.
    Hope it helps.

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    Scan your computer completely with Norton anti virus to remove all the virus.

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    Major Problem in PC

    suddenly my pc will stop working for a fraction of second and it will show a msg drivers stopped responding and recovered automatically..
    what it means??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavitrabalse07 View Post
    suddenly my pc will stop working for a fraction of second and it will show a msg drivers stopped responding and recovered automatically..
    what it means??????
    Visual freezing followed by a driver fail / recover sounds like a video driver. Check your system logs; one of them will tell you which driver was the cause (or you can drag it out of the dump). Update the video drivers and see if it resolves it. If you've recently updated the drivers, there may be an issue with the new drivers, so you should uninstall those and install an older driver.
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    The best thing to do is install an antivirus like AVG or ESET Nod32 (tried using these antivirus and works very well for me). This will help you eliminate virus and protect your computer. Just update your antivirus daily so that it could protect your computer effectively.


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