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Old Dec 20, 2002, 10:19 PM
Triena Triena is offline
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Default ok i have sub 7 virus and nortans cant seem to do anything aobut it.

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that screen pops up then it says it cant do anything
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Old Dec 21, 2002, 12:58 PM
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try a program called "the cleaner" its a trojan remover,you can get a 30 day trial from:

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Old Dec 21, 2002, 01:32 PM
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i did that and it said access was denied to the file i knew was the one that was the trojan it. The only file that had access denied. it also said it may be because my virus scanner is making this happen and i need to disable my virus scaner but i dont know how.
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Old Dec 22, 2002, 10:03 PM
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One option type in the run box under your start menu msconfig

Go to startup and uncheck everything to do with norton and reboot.

Norton wont load then so run the cleaner and if it still says that.

Take note of all the files then boot to dos and delete them from there.

Then boot windows and remove all the registry entrys.

Or search www.google.com for "sub seven removal tool"

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Old Feb 26, 2008, 07:20 PM
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Default sub 7 virus

There is nothing you can do but save any documents and files that you absolutly need and reformat your hard drive. The Sub 7 virus auto installs itself and saves itself in a million different places. No matter what you do it will always
come back. I know this cause in my computer programing class, we are trying to come up with a way to fully get rid of the virus on computers, but have found that it is nearly impossible to fix this problem. The person who made this virus was a programing genus for the way he wrote the virus. Sorry to give this information to you but its really the only way to get rid of this file.

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Old Feb 26, 2008, 07:22 PM
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Default save them

save your files to a cd or zip drive. If you insert a pin drive (flash drive) then the virus will automatically save itself to there as well
 

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