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How to remove virus effecting your Internet Browser

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One of the most common forms of virus infection is Browser hijacking. This is when either a hacker, scammer, or even shady businesses infects your internet software. Typically the malicious software targets Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Firefox. This can be more than just simple annoying pop-up ads or auto changing your homepage. A lot of times this can lead to automatically downloading viruses and wormholes that can entirely disable your system.

I will breakdown the removal process into three Phases:

1) Destroy the Virus

2) Remove Malicious Programs

3) Repair your System

DESTROY THE VIRUS

The first step is to get into Safe Mode With Networking

Windows 7 or above and Vista:

Remove any DVDs or CDs from your computer and shut down your computer.

As soon as you turn your computer back on start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard repeatedly until you see the Windows Advanced Options Menu.

Use the Arrow Keys on your Keyboard and highlight Safe Mode With Networking. Then press Enter on the Keyboard

Once In Safe Mode run TDSKiller.

After running TDSKiller reboot your system back to normal mode.

If all has gone well hopefully the virus that infected your computer is removed and at now it’s time to clean up any background running software and malicious adware.

Then run Malwarebytes Removal Tool.

Now run AdwCleaner.

This should remove any virus infection you may have on your computer. If you have any trouble, questions, or in need of further help give us a contact at a SystemsExpert here at Fix Phones. We are more than happy to help.

BATTERY UPGRADE CONVERSION KIT

Phone Repair

NOW TAKING PRE-ORDERS FOR DROID RAZR BATTERY UPGRADE CONVERSION KIT

We are happy to announce that we will be shipping all Motorola Droid Razr Battery Upgrade Conversion Kits from our first pre-ordered.

As we charge our phone at night time and then when we go out all day then and we want our phone battery to remain until the next charge. But as soon as a phone gets old even the power of the battery dies.

Unfortunately due to high demand we have once again depleted our stock. Fortunately, we are expecting more of these kits sometime in May and have just opened up the kits for pre-order again. On the pre-order page, it has an expected ship date of May 31, 2020, but we are expecting the kits sooner. At this time we cannot give an exact date, but the kits will be shipped out to customers on a first-come, first-serve basis. So the sooner you place your order the sooner you will receive your kit.

If you choose one of our installation options, we will contact you as soon as your kit is ready and ask you to send your phone to us for the conversion to be performed.

We have also posted a new video below detailing the entire conversion process. We highly recommend that you watch the video prior to ordering your kit so that you can choose the installation option that best fits you.

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