Tuesday, May 15, 2012

How to Fix a Redirect Error

fix a redirect error
Trojans and viruses are often the culprit behind website redirects. When your computer has been infected with a virus or Trojan of this sort, every Internet search you conduct is automatically redirected to another undesirable website dictated by the virus or Trojan creator. An antivirus program is needed to fix and get rid of a website redirect error. Windows computers come installed with a program called Windows Defender that scans your computer for harmful files and fixes errors, including redirect errors.

Step1: Close your open web browser.

Step2: Click the Windows orb located in the bottom-left of the screen. The Windows Start menu launches.

Step3: In search box, type Windows Defender from the Start menu and press “Enter.” The Windows Defender program launches.

Step4: Click “Scan” from the top menu and then select “Full Scan.” Windows Defender searches your entire hard drive for the files causing the redirect error. The files are quarantined and automatically removed. This could take several minutes to several hours depending on how many files reside on your system.

Step5: Click the “X” located in the upper-right corner of the Windows Defender tool to close the program after the infecting files have been removed.

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