That said, over time, I have collected a series of fixes for common problems caused by malicious software and viruses to Windows Operating system. The kit that I have has fixes to the following errors in Windows XP/2000/2003 server:
1- Folder Options Disabled/Hidden:
This is a very famous bug caused by many Trojans and viruses to restrict user access to them. They do this to hide themselves from their victims.
2- Context menu on start disabled:
This means when you right click on the task bar, nothing happens. You can't launch Task Manager to see the harmful processes and shut them down.
3- Registry editing tools disabled:
They do this to avoid your access to the Windows registry when you typed "regedit" in Run.
4- Undeletable Viruses:
Chances are you have found the malicious file but can't delete, move, ... rename it, because it is locked.
5- Desktop context menu disabled:
This is a very disturbing bug caused by most viruses to avoid your access to advanced options.
6- Log off disabled on Start Menu in Win 98-95
7- You cannot run/execute any .exe file in Windows XP:
By far, this is a horrible case which leads many technicians to format and reinstall their Windows OS and waste hours of their previous time. No need to reinstall you system; the fix to this is very simple, which is also included in the kit.
Now, you can download the Kit from here for free: (Which will be updated over time...)
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