Good morning, We are with a customer on the High Street at Marton in Warwickshire, we have been called out to look at a Packard Bell iMedia 2326 computer that is misbehaving, the Customer has reported that this Microsoft Windows 7 installed computer is working fine in safe mode, but fails in normal mode by giving a security centre error on start up, Control Alt Delete is having no effect and the machine is locking up with out warning.
Update: This after checking the registry and start up files, we looked for malware and checked the Heat sink and Fan on the Processor we found nothing untoward on the computer, we checked the Event Log and found the error “Parity error on Device Raid Port 0”, this is a problem with the hard drive we have attempted to do a recovery on the drive and it reached 13 % before the computer locked up, this lock up is being caused by a failing hard drive.
The customer has decided to get a new computer, as this one is about 4 years old now and we will recover the data at that point.
We are with a customer on the High Street in Marton, The Problem here is that the computer has missing Documents, Pictures, Emails, It also has a Browser Hijack which upon opening Internet Explorer random internet sites appeared at will, After checking the machine we removed a Root Kit Virus and several Trojan Viruses, Edited the registry, Cleaned the Internet Explorer Browser, removed all the temporary files, Repaired the computers file Permissions, and restored all the data, after all this we ran a malware scan to check all was clean.
We are now with a customer on North Street in Marton, We are here to remove a fake antivirus program calling its self Internet Security 2010, This is done by editing the Registry and removing all associated files.
Good morning today we are with a customer at Bascote between Ufton Southam and Long Itchington in Warwickshire, We are here because the customers computer is running slow and has a never ending stream of pop ups appearing on the screen these are usually titled Adserving or Aedgency.com, To remove this we had to edit the startup files in the registry, Removed temporary files, Ran a Trojan virus remover, and once cleaned we setup a backup system.