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Virus needs to be removed, but logging in to do so cant be done

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by rayderz, Dec 21, 2010.

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    I've been desperate for a job after quitting to go back to school. So, while browsing jobs online i saw a certain link on a very trusted website. I had a feeling it wasnt as legit as it claimed to be, but being so desperate, i tried it anyway. I was asked to download tons of stuff. The next day my conputer said it was infected by different viruses i think 37 in all. I knew i needed to buy some protection, but now i cant log on to my computerto actually remove the virus. What happens is on a normal day it loads up then gets to the user slection screen. I can log on and go about my business. Now, it gos to the user screen, the fonts and icons are larger than normal, and only has one selection of the users, and that has no picture, just a blue square, and below it it says other user. It asks for a user name and password ill try different combos for this and it says specified domain does not exist or could not be contacted. I need to know what to do about this, and then what type of virus protection to get. I probably WONT see be able to see answers on here so please email your help to [email protected] any suggstions are welcome please and thank you
     
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