How to remove viruses manually
In rare instances, BullGuard is not able to remove an infected file automatically.
Why BullGuard cannot remove some infected files
We have created a number of user-friendly guides in order to help you remove infected files manually in an easy and understandable way.
Email archives - Learn how to remove an infected file in email archives.
How do I recognise an infected file in mail archives
System Restore - Learn how to remove an infected file in System Restore's folder.
How do I recognise an infected file in System Restore
Quarantine - Learn how to remove quarantined files.
How do I recognise quarantine files
Boot viruses - Learn how to remove boot viruses.
How do I recognise boot viruses
An MS-DOS virus infects the boot record program on hard disks and floppy disks or the master boot record on hard disks. The virus gets loaded into memory before MS-DOS starts and takes control of the computer, thereby infecting the computer when the computer is booted from an infected disk.
Temporary files - Learn how to remove temporary files.
Why should I remove temporary files
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