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January 3, 2014 | By | 0 Comments Does your antivirus suck?

Computer Virus Removal Options

Most computer systems have been infected and damaged by a computer virus at one point of another often with one of the anti-virus programs running. A computer virus can cause all different kinds of damage to your system from changing time and date to complete operating system shutdown. If you have a computer virus problem, then one of the ways of getting rid of it is through the use of anti-virus programs. This article is going to cover a few options on how you may eliminate a computer virus that the anti-virus programs did not.

Anti-virus Programs

One option of virus removal is through the use of an anti-virus programs. There are a lot anti-virus programs such as AVG, Avast, and Norton require updates to keep you protected. One great tip that could fix your issue is simply making sure your program is updated consistently. This option is usually applicable if you are still able to access your operating system, such as Windows 7. First thing you must do is to bring your anti-virus software up-to-date; if you are still able to access the Internet since there are computer viruses that disable internet access. Once your anti-virus software is up-to-date, run a full scan on your PC rather than opting for a quick scan. If this does not solve your virus problem, then you can try rebooting your system and let it it boot with safe mode with networking. Update your anti-virus software as necessary and run a full scan again. Major anti-virus programs like Norton are often a target by hackers so you may need to change anti-virus software. If your still have issues at this point, it’s time to call for…

Professional Removal

Some viruses, spyware, and malware just won’t go away. Don’t get frustrated. You simply need to turn-off the computer, unplug all the cables and bring it to a local computer repair store.  Just tell them that you are having a computer virus problem, and that you would like to have it removed. An experienced company should be able to know how to fix your system or at least offer you options if the virus damage is beyond repair. This can quite potentially save you a ton of time instead of going into your system files to track down the locations of the nasty bug. Often these bugs are hidden in multiple places and can be very tricky to remove.

One great advantage of using of a professional company is that sometimes the damage caused by the virus is too difficult to be repaired by software alone. Most of the time, removing a virus is the easy part. Recovering of data and returning your system to the way it was before the infection is the hard part. Make sure that you deal with a company that is reputable and have the technical skills and knowledge to remove the virus and repair the computer system. What you do not want to do is to deal with a company who simply removes the virus and repair your system with using an anti-virus programs alone. In a case like this, you are better off purchasing the anti-virus software and let it run. You will save money in the long run by doing this.

Remote Support

If you infected with a computer virus and you have an internet connection, then you can call us for a remote support for removing the virus. From there, you can let Fix my PC Store the professionals handle your computer virus problem. Keep in mind that not all support offers this kind of service. Others will only instruct you what to do in removing the virus. Make sure you know what you are paying before finalizing any virus removal service. At Fix my PC Store we do a diagnosis before we preform any work. We then provide you with the cost of the repair prior to starting it. Getting your computer system infected with a computer virus is one of the worst thing that could happen. Fortunately, there are different ways you can remove the virus.

Fix my PC Store provides remote services for wide range of repairs that include malware, virus, and spyware removal. We also provide support for browser issues, wi-fi and wireless, and networking.

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