Malware removal is a complicated concept, as the term malware alone can refer to dozens of different types of infections. Cleaning spyware is very different from cleaning a virus or rootkit. Professionals have been training for years to get in shape in 100% real signings. Therefore, they charge exorbitant prices for the move. Customers would walk out of my store and spend hundreds of dollars on a clean machine. The purpose of this article is to make it clear to many that professionally cleaning a computer won’t cost a fortune.
Here are the steps to get your computer back on track, in fact, possibly making it run better than before. After you set it up, clean it, and repair it, your computer can be virus-free in just minutes. If you’re infected with malware and can access the Internet…you’re in luck! If you’re reading this and another computer is infected and you can’t access the internet, here’s something you can try…
How do I remove malware from my computer?
You must have a working internet connection on the computer for proper removal. Your tools and software will need updates and internet connections to function at an optimal level. The first step is to activate the Internet. If you type something listed here, ignore the quotes. If your internet connection is working on the infected computer, skip, these steps are not necessary for you.
Go to the home button
Click on “Control Panel”
Open “Internet Options”
Go to the Connection tab on your Computer and click on LAN Settings
Make sure the box under “Proxy server” is unchecked and make sure “Automatically detect settings” is checked.
If it’s Windows 2010 or Window 7, click start and type “cmd”, you will see cmd at the top of the start menu. Right click and select the Run command as administrator.
If it’s Windows 7 2K/ME/7, click Start, select Run and type cmd in the Run box and press Enter.
In the cmd window, type “ipconfig /release” and wait for it to complete.
Then type “ipconfig /renew”
Note that there is a space between ipconfig and /slash.
Close the cmd window.
Note: If internet options, cmd or any other programs are unavailable or blocked, start your computer in safe mode with a network connection. (Restart your computer and press F8 once every second just before Windows starts and select Safe Mode with Networking)
Hopefully, this will get you up and running with an internet connection so you can start removing viruses. Beware of sudden jumps and dropping objects..
Be careful when running an antivirus scan. I have personally seen many customers lose their files because they were infected with viruses and a bad scan deleted their photos. Sometimes, when the virus is not cleaned properly, it can delete important user and system files which can cause data loss and crash your computer. Maybe you are reading this because your antivirus tools have failed… nonsense. Usually, when a computer is infected, its antivirus tools are completely disabled, rendering them useless against the infection.
In my experience, the only truly clean system is one that is professionally cleaned. Now, with the great internet, you can get that professional removal the same way you buy an antivirus that just failed and has no removal or protection guarantee! Get it fixed right away without paying the astronomical computer repair prices you used to charge when you worked in a store. A hack is now available on PC repair and tech support and provides instant and guaranteed removal right now. Avoid dragging your computer to a repair shop, unplugging everything, and leaving it with a stranger for DAYS. Your days of wondering how to remove malware are over!