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Removal of Police Central e-crime Unit virus ?

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  • Started 2 years ago by MarkDaily
  • Latest reply from Xhi
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MarkDaily
Posts: 2

Hi,

Can anyone help please?

I have the - Police Central e-crime Unit virus, it won't allow anything to boot - safemode's etc you just get the virus image, or sometimes just a blank page.
I tried the Kaspersky Rescue disc on a DVD but this has not worked either..... I really don't know what to do :-(

Any help would be appreciated :-)

P.S - I'm not very technical

Posted 2 years ago
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warlock
Posts: 4100

Post your make model of computer
operating system you are using
Do you have any disks for your computer

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germ-x
Posts: 5310

MarkDaily hi, What result did you get with the Kaspersky Rescue disk?
You might try this http://www.pcrisk.com/top-spyw.....ntimalware

Posted 2 years ago
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marks100
Posts: 4507

MBAM in safe-mode should it if not system restore i think i used post back for info .

mark. hi tom :)

Posted 2 years ago
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MarkDaily
Posts: 2

Hi,

Thanks everyone for the help.

I can now get the Kaspersky screen up, when i get to update center i get msg - Malfuction - the update source cannot be found?

Any ideas?

Thanks again,
mark

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marks100
Posts: 4507

don't use the Kaspersky disk then go to safe-mode tap f8 at start-up then select safe-mode from list it will ask if you want to perform a system restore, agree,(press enter)then select a date to just before you were infected reboot then all should be fine .
mark.

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germ-x
Posts: 5310

If you can get into safe mode then you can use MBAM. If not then you try the Kaspersky rescue disk.
You will have to make a bootable disk > change your boot order so your optical device is first boot order > boot and run the rescue disk.
https://support.kaspersky.com/8093

Hi Mark, Good to see your on the forum again.

Posted 2 years ago
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Xhi
Posts: 6298

Try starting your system in Safe mode with command prompt. Immediately type in rstrui.exe and hit return. Then select a restore point prior to this happening.

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