February 11, 2010

Computer Virus Issue

I’m having some issues with my computer. I’m not sure if I have a virus or somewhere I set my settings to be up way too high. Whatever the case, I use many forms of antivirus, anti-malware, anti-spyware, anti-adware and trojan antivirus programs.

So the problem I am having is that it won’t let me download from some websites or itunes type places. It wouldn’t even let me do anything with my Garmin GPS on here (luckily my laptop works just fine). It lets me download updates for Guild Wars, but not on Perfect World International. It is like my computer is getting a mind of its own and deciding what I can and cannot do.

Cyber Defender’s anti-virus and anti-spyware looks like it would help me with this issue I’m having, if it is a virus that is causing this headache anyways.

What programs do you use? Ever have a really tricky virus you had to deal with?


* Disclosure: This is a paid post from Cyber Defender. All opinions expressed are honest and my own personal opinions.

5 comments:

learnxtoxfly said...

Cant say I've ever had a virus. Thankfully. I use McAfee, it came with the laptop my rents bought me for Xmas.

Shareen Mohd Saleh said...

Well, Malwarebytes is a great tool to use for random scans. You can use it additionally with your resident anti-virus program. The new Windows Security Essentials is pretty decent too ^___^

Wendyburd1 said...

I WON'T EVEN RESPOND TO THIS SHERI! *SOB*

Liz said...

I have a Mac so no antivirus is needed. I hope you get your computer problems worked out.

Berry said...

I am using Kaspersky and also Spyware Terminator. For Kaspersky, you have the option to add and allow sites to be accessed and also download something from it (software updates, maps, information, images etc..)

In aide, you can also use CCLeaner that cleans your pc after each use. Both is free except for Kaspersky that is. :D