Computer Virus Removal can be quite tricky, as virus writers do their best to try to prevent you from removing them. They are very annoying and at times you may not even know you have a virus infecting your computer.
They can cause nasty damage, and they may perform many harmful things with your data. They can explore your personal information that is stored on your computer, send rude messages to your email contact list, be used by un-ethical people, corrupt your hard drive, delete your Family Photos and so much more.
Geekmobile Employs Technicians who are experts in removing viruses. Many of our Bookings involve removing viruses, and often when you book us in, it will be a computer virus that we have removed before.
You can be sure when you hire our services you are in good hands.
Recent spyware, viruses, trojans and malware removals
|Went over momentoWent over importing photos from iphoneUninstalled and reinstalled Norton antivirus||Patterson Lakes|
|Remove junkware. Run Malwarebytes scan. Clean up. Fix Microsoft account and request access to the other. Confirm Outlook no longer crashing. Ran sfc repair to fix system corruption.||Dawesville|
|Check Acer Computer Remove Norton AV and Install MalwarebytesRun All Windows UpdatesCheck HP Website and Printer Driver but not available for Windows HP All in One Check for Updates Install Malwarebytes||Mornington|
|Scan that was started last week finished. Deleted all the threats found and fixed system files.Tested and working fine.||City Beach|
|Ran Malwarebytes. Puos. Deleted.Checked any bad apps instaled. many games but nothing untoward.Space is okay on this PC as customer has deleted some files.Did suggest to reinstall OS. But too difficult.Also check iphone. Mail not sending from one account. Need to find out the SMTP server.||Taringa|
|Cleaned PC of nefarious software. AnyDesk was installed. Removed that and removed references in the Registry. Scanned PC with Malwarebytes. Cleaned out a couple of unwanted PUPs. Exported passwords from Chrome so client can use as a reference to change existing passwords on sites they visit.||Southport|
|General clean up Removed malware||Mooroolbark|
|Remove junk software. Run malware scan.Deactivate notifications.||Helensvale|
|Computer had two different antiviruses installed on it causing issue. Cleaned computer temporary files and removed Windows registery errors. Removed free antivirus. Configured email on the computer Updated software including Chorme.Tested Internet speed and computerand confirmed working fine.||Glen Waverley|
|Diagnose system applications not working. All nonsystem applications working. Uninstall expired McAfee. Reinstall and uninstall Soda PDF. Install anti virus and confirm correct system operation. Scan to confirm clean system. Disable unwanted startup items. Enable viewing desktop icons. Add scanner app icon to desktop. General system check and clean.||Chelmer|