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Virus Removal Tools from AVG

Posted by cotojo on March 12, 2008

This is a list of specialized utilities for virus removal from, the suppliers of AVG Anti-Virus. These utilities can be used to remove of many of the most common viruses. Their list is updated on regular basis.

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13 Responses to “Virus Removal Tools from AVG”

  1. Virus Support…

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  2. hatemnabil said

    removal plys

  3. cotojo said

    Swarjith – AVG is an excellent tool, and Vcleaner along with individual virus removal tools works very well and with ease.

    Have a great week,

  4. cotojo said

    Liam – Hopefully all of your problems are now resolved, and I am pleased to have been of assistance.

    Take care and have a great week,

  5. swarjith said

    Related files:
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\tazebama.dl_
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\hook.dl_
    %UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\zPharoh.exe
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\tazebama.dll
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\[USER NAME]\Application Data\tazebama
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\[USER NAME]\Application Data\tazebama\tazebama.log
    %SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings\[USER NAME]\Application Data\tazebama\zPharaoh.dat

  6. swarjith said

    AVG the ultimate antivirus i have ever seen.rmmabez.exe from AVG can completely remove Worm.Mabezat from your hard don,t bother about any viruses .every virus have a weakness that make the way to remove it

  7. Hi Colin.
    I have a Virus or Trogan in a Laptop Computor,It will boot in normal mode it will only boot in safe mode,I use Mcafee but when I try to scan in safe mode it gives me en Error that a scan is in progress,and Mc afee deny me access to switch it off I seem to be denied access to most everything,Wahat can I do to solve this problem.Regards Liam

  8. cotojo said

    Joy – You’re most welcome my dear friend 😀
    Stick with free, they are as good as paid for versions in terms of functionality.
    Take care and have a great weekend,

  9. Joyoz said

    Cool Colin thank you for this info. I will stick to free version of Macfee lol! I am using free scanners and I will now.

  10. cotojo said

    Joy – Thank you my dear friend 🙂

    McAfee? Well to be honest, there are many free anti-virus, the most popular being AVG. Now, what people have to realise is that many free ones also offer paid versions which will include other tools such as anti-spyware, firewall etc.

    The anti-virus program which is free is as good as any paid one, it has to be as they have to consider their reputation. So those that provide a free anti-virus use the same definitions and updates as the paid versions.

    With the likes of McAfee, Norton and many others there are annual fees, with free versions there are no fees. Given that they do regular definition updates and have millions of satisfied customers, I’m inclined to stick with the free ones 😀

    There are also other tools to use alongside any anti-virus such as Threatfire, LinkScanner, Anti-Spyware and more.

    It is also worth pointing out that you should not have more than one anti-virus running as it will lead to false positives, so it’s a good idea to use online free scanners regularly just as a back-up.

    This is something I will write more detail on in a future post LOL

    Have a great day,
    Take care,

  11. Joyoz said

    What you you think about Mcfee Virus Removal Colin?. Congrats..This is really a helpful information. Working to add you in all my blog. I like this page..

  12. cotojo said

    bittersweetcollide – AVG should NOT slow down your computer.
    Are you certain that it is AVG and how much CPU is it using?
    It should use no more than 20 – 30% whilst scanning and in idle mode it shouldn’t use more than 1%.
    If it is I would suggest downloading the latest version, uninstall current version and then install and update newly downloaded one 🙂
    Hope this helps,

  13. hEio Colin!
    Why is it that AVG is making mg pc run slow?
    Any idea?

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