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I have seen cases where cookies or other stored browser history have let the malware back in. Last edited: May 9, 2011 gman863, May 9, 2011 #2 motc7 King of Castor Oil My question is, before the malware infection, were things o.k. I've found it does the best job of all the free "tune-up" programs without damaging the registry. Second, clear all the history in your browsers (IE, Mozilla, etc.) and re-run a full scan with Malware Bytes. http://codecreview.com/slow-after/computer-too-slow-after-virus-removed.html

http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=5927 In the ASC results, pay attention to the hard drive test results. Once rebooted, re-run the ASC hard drive test. If the data isn't too corrupted, you can clone the entire drive (versus a Windows reinstall). By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/413532/after-removing-viruscomp-runs-really-slow/

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Log in or Sign up MajorGeeks.Com Support Forums Home Forums > ----------= PC, Desktop and Laptop Support =------ > Software > This site Computer running really slow after malware removal Discussion in 'Software' started by georget4886, May 8, 2011. Learn More.

Hope these tips help. If it tells you to restart the PC, do so and dskchk should automatically run once the system reboots. Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is Malwarebytes Not sure if it's coincidence or a direct result of malware; however I've seen an increase in the number of hard drive issues (failing the ASC hard drive test and/or Windows

If it fails the test again it's a sign your hard drive is running on borrowed time and should be replaced ASAP. Rkill georget4886 Private E-2 Hello, I have been referred to this forum after speaking to mr TimW, I manually removed MSRemoval malware, but may have messed something up in the process and speed wise, or were you noticing a slowdown?

Board index Change font size Information The requested topic does not exist. The easiest way to do this is to be sure either the old and/or new drive is a Seagate - you can download and use their free DiscWizard software (available at

We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same. Next, download/install/run Advanced System Care 4.