Thursday, June 7, 2012

How to Remove a Virus from System Restore

Windows System Restore is a feature that allows you to save a restore point of your computer's system files. This restore point is used to roll back your computer's files when your system file is corrupted or crashed. If a virus has infected your system files, your restore point may be infected with the virus, too. When your system restore is corrupted from virus that time System Restore virus will display many fake pop-ups and fake system scans in order to make people believe it is part of Windows. You can follow the manual process to remove virus by cleaning out your system restore points. Follow the given steps to remove virus from system restore in windows 7.

Step1: From Start button, right click on the "Computer" button and choose "Properties" from the drop-down menu. This will open the Systems Properties window.

Step2: Click the "System Protection" option in the top left hand corner of the window. This will open the System Protection options window.

Step3: Select your computer's hard drive and click the "Configure" button.

Step4: Click the option next to "Turn off system protection" under the Restore Settings .Then click the "OK" button. This will delete any infected system restore points and prevent Windows from making new infected restore points until you have cleaned the virus from your computer.

To turn on System Restore again after the restore point deletion has completed, repeat these steps, but click to clear the Turn off System Restore for all drives check box.

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