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Virus Infection

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by chuy166840, May 10, 2015.

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    Hello Everybody, I am having a major problem in running the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool on a Windows 7 laptop. Every time I insert the flash drive into the USB on the infected computer, and double click to run it, I get a message window that reads: "F:\FRST64.exe The system could not find the environment option that was entered." I was wondering if I could run this in safe mode but I'm not sure if this is safe to do. What are your thoughts? Please help...
     
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    Still waiting for your reply.... Thanks in advance.... :)
     
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    Well, Unfortunately I booted the computer in safe mode and still I was unable to remove the virus. Please help me in solving this Issue. Thanks again for your reply in advance.
     
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    Also I forgot to mention that the laptop is an HP Pavilion Windows 7 home premium and both of the antiviruses are expired. Norton and McAfee they both state "the computer is at risk". I wanted to download Malware bytes but I get a message that states: "ShellExecuteEx failed; code 203. The system could not find the environment options that have been entered." How can I solve this problem? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your reply.
     
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