Do-it-yourself guides for removing malware
Bleeping Computer - Rogue Antivirus Removal
Geeks To Go - Rogue Antivirus Removal
Kaspersky - Virus & Rootkit Removal
Website links for resolving common problems
Kellys-Korner-xp WinXP downloadable scripts
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These are searchable extensive lists of the most common files, for almost any program, that can be found on a Windows computer. Info generally includes whether the file is safe or not.
Files that are commonly used to “autostart” programs at bootup.
Most A/V companies have them. These are a wealth of virus & malware information, definitions, details, latest threats, and much more
Tip: to access Services, click START–>RUN. Type “services.msc” w/out quotes
(BSOD) Blue Screen of Death
TIP: Very often a BSOD is caused by some hardware driver becoming corrupted
What do those Blue-Screen-of-Death error codes mean?
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Our DIY Resources are groups of website links for troubleshooting guides, forums, instructions, information, and other things related to fixing and maintaining your computer. Some resources, such as forums, may take serious digging to find answers to a problem.
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