Free Malware Removal For Your Security

Looking for free malware removal tools? There are good ones out there.

Malware removal is a must once a computer has been compromised by a malware. It is usually unsafe to continue using the same computer without completely reinstalling the operating system. There are recovery options that are available after a computer has malware. These options depend on severity of the type of malware.

Using System Restore Tool on Windows Me, Windows XP and Windows Vista restores the registry and critical system files to a previous checkpoint. Often malware will cause a system to hang, and a subsequent hard reboot will render a system restore point from the same day corrupt. Restore points from previous days should work provided the virus is not designed to corrupt the restore files or also exists in previous restore points. Some , however, disable system restore and other important tools such as Task Manager and Command Prompt.

Reinstalling the operating system is another great approach to malware deletion. It involves simply reformatting the OS partition and installing the OS from its original media.This method is simple to do, and is faster than running multiple anti-malware scans, and is guaranteed to remove any malware. Drawbacks include having to reinstall all other software, reconfiguring and restoring user preferences. User data can be backed up by booting off of a Live CD or putting the hard drive into another computer and booting from the other computer's operating system.Be careful must not to transfer the virus to the new computer.

Immediate removal of malware prevents security breeches and safe computing. For further discussion on malware visit our Malware page and the related links listed below.

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