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Need this off, it's on my father inlaw laptop


JeffStar

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trojan:Win32/FakeSysdef pops up and system turns off

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difarn

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This apears to be malware - have a look at this article

When you have recovered the PC you also need to make sure that the laptop has adequate security protection and that windows updates are indeed up to date

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slatwater

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Read this self-learning removal guide about it and wipe all its content away

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