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my computer is infected with newfolder.exe and nothing that is posted on the net has been able to help me. I have windows xp home edition sp3 and i have a mcAfee antivirus plus(still three months left before its subscription expires). The virus has use up all my resources that i can't even refresh my computer...
Please help, i can't even decide if i should hang myself for my incompetence or my computer..... Sad

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Have you tried

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thank you so much for the help....finally i got rid of the virus.

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Glad you got it sorted

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Which method worked for you, Safe Mode or Grif's comprehensive advice? it may help others to decide.


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grif's advice was splendid. it worked like a charm.........

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Thank you

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And I agree Grif's advice is great.


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