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How to get rid of Vista Internet Security Virus 2010

Updated on March 20, 2010
If you have ever seen this virus on your computer I understand your hate! I have a solution!
If you have ever seen this virus on your computer I understand your hate! I have a solution!

One second you are on the internet and the next second vista internet security 2010 pops up on your computer. You know that this is not internet security but a malicious malware! This virus seems to attack your whole computer and nothing not even Norton Anti- Virus makes it go away. I am here to help you get rid of this nasty virus!

You have googled getting rid of the virus, and there are multiple solutions but none of them seem to help or work. I spent hours trying to get rid of my virus, if only someone wrote what i discovered earlier.

Nothing works, system recovery to a previous date doesn't work, The rogue virus hides its name so Norton does not detect it as a virus. You can not download any programs online because the virus does not let you use the internet. So, the only thing left to do is....

A full system restore!

Yes I said it, honestly, it is the best solution! First thing you have to do is back up all your important files! Depending on your system the process will be a little different for everyone. If you are not sure how to do a system restore back to its factory date I advise you get assistance. You can find assistance by opening your computer's start menu and clicking on help and support. You can chat or call one of your system representatives and they will guide you on how to set your computer back to its factory settings. What happens when you do this, is your computer cleans out everything that was ever on it, all its hard drives and memory and sets them back to the way it was when you took your computer or laptop out of the box. A full system restore will wipe out Vista Security Virus 2010 and any other unknown viruses you may have!

Do not panic, saving all your important documents, music, and pictures on a USB drive or other memory device is easy! And after you have done your system restore your computer will feel brand new and work a lot faster.

Good Luck! Tell me if this helped, and how you got rid of your virus. I am very interested.

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      Steve 

      8 years ago

      All i did was run "Rkill" this stopped the virus from blocking task manager and anti virus programs, then just scanned with Malware bytes and Online one care scan. THis seemed to get rid of it.

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