charlton200 11:02 26 Aug 05

My avg has identified a virus
how do i get rid of it please.

  charlton200 11:21 26 Aug 05

One is java/byteverify infected bedded object
and the other is Java/byteverify infected archive.

Hope you can help me.


  rawprawn 11:56 26 Aug 05

If your AVG cannot delete the problem, click here and use the free online scan.

  VoG II 12:14 26 Aug 05
  charlton200 13:33 26 Aug 05

Thanks but the virus scanner will not download and I still cannot work out from the info how to remove it from my computer.
I have kept up to date with all the patches ect.
any more help will be great.

  dukeboxhero 20:17 26 Aug 05

i have also had this do as vog says orclick here

  Joe R 20:31 26 Aug 05


the java/byteverify virus, is targeted at the Microsoft virtual machine, and even if you leave the infected files, where they are, will cause no harm to your system.

  charlton200 08:35 27 Aug 05


When I went to control panel before I was unable to open java so I tried all the other things.
In the end I deleted java in add and remove and reinstalled it again.
Then I was able to open java and delete the applets in there.
I run avg again and virus at last gone.
Only took me 8 hours, what a waste!!!

Thanks for all your advise.

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