This is a common problem and I am sure many of you have had this problem before. Your antivirus detects a virus, then it removes the virus but your system doesn’t act the way you expected. In this post you will learn how to fix a computer after a virus infection.
We have spoken before about removing Windows virus:
Thomas has written a post about a program that restores several windows features:
In this post we are going to use another approach with SuperAntiSpyware portable to do this:
Download the program
The advantages of using a portable program are many. For example we can keep that program on a USB drive. To download SuperAntiSpyware portable go to the following link:
and select download as you can see in the image:
Execute the program
Once you have download the program, you will see a “.com” file on your system. The name changes with every download so a virus cannot remove the program. Imagine what can happen if a resident virus detects you have inserted a USB with a file it knows is an antivirus. It can easily delete the file; due to this, the utility changes its name every time.
Double click the .com file and you will see a program like this:
Update the AntiSpyware utility
First of all you need to update the program so it will look if there is something new available. We all know how fast new malware appears so never forget this step.
Apply the Fixes
Superantispyware hides this utility, full of repairs, into the preferences section so we have to go there:
Go to the repairs tab:
Here are some of the repairs you can select:
Enable start menu run, enable system tray, enable task manager, enable windows control panel, enable windows explorer folder options, home page reset, internet zone security reset, local page reset, remove desktop screen saver, remove explorer policy restrictions, remove internet explorer policy restrictions, and many more.
As you can see SuperAntiSpyware has some useful hidden features that will help you get your computer up and running as normal again.