But now you’re left with another problem; a problem which can be equally as aggravating.
We’ve all heard the horror stories where the user was left to deal with the following problems after successfully removing an infection.
Task Manager inaccessibility
Folder Options inaccessibility
Registry Editor inaccessibility
Scary stuff to be sure, but you don’t have to be a Techno Geek to deal with these types of problems. Even though, for the casual or new user, a manual solution may be outside their technical abilities, there is a great newbie tool which offers a free solution.
Disk Heal is a free Windows NT, 2000, XP and Vista utility that may be able to restore the condition of your Hard Drive, or a USB Flash Drive, after it has been being infected by a virus.
Disk Heal is a great free tool that has a host of additional capabilities, including recovering hidden files and performing system tweaks, The simple interface makes it easy to access these additional functions, with with just one click.
Fixes disk problems
Fixes task manager inaccessibility
Fixes folder options inaccessibility
Fixes registry editor inaccessibility
Recovers hidden files and folders
Changes the default icon of any drive, external, internal, or a partition
Security and system tweaks
As you’re building your toolbox of system utilities, this is a good application to add. None of us are immune to a virus infection, and at some point you’ll be glad you had this little tool ready to go.
System requirements: Windows NT, 2000, XP and Vista
Download at: Download.com
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