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This is solve when I rename every .dll in my Qvod directory and restart my computer. Thanks.
Boot the system with linux and delete alle the files that you can find related to those installers.
In a situation like this, it's vital to do reformat your disk and do a clean install, or better yet, as cybernard suggested, purchase a new physical hard drive. Anti-virus programs absolutely do not catch all types of malware, and you can never be sure you've discovered and cleaned everything that the fraudster may have done to the box. For your long term ...
Since doing a clean installation is not an option, I would follow below steps (Apologies for windows terminilogy, I don't use mac) Use an antivirus software and spyware removers to try to clean up at least the programs preventing back ups.If you are lucky , he would have used any 'standard' malware which could be detected by these. Take a backup of all ...
Change your wifi password use WPA or WPA2 with a long password with numbers and symbols. Go to MAC store and buy a new blank hard drive and ask them to install it for you. Take your original MAC OS cd/DVD and reload onto the new hard drive. Update everything Have the MAC store scan and clean the original hard drive. Copy back only the files you need and ...
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