This wasn’t meant to happen: a system wasn’t to become unresponsive; protections weren’t meant to fail. All things were to be easy — and yet technology seems to be suffering from a different kind of fate now. All commands are ignored. All operations are stalled. Your computer is a tribute to futility, unable to be accessed or redefined. And the reason — you fear — is spyware. You’ve lost control and there can be no other explanation.
There can, however, be an alternative.
When a platform has become burdened with too many viruses and Trojan concerns, you’re not to merely succumb to the inevitable. You’re instead to battle it with a rescue disc.
As its name implies: a rescue disc is an outside source (such as a USB drive) that is used to save a computer from malware. It’s connected to the operating system and is able to offer a new anti-virus program. This program is unique from the ones currently placed within a platform — and this allows it to combat all problems, ensuring that no immunities have been built. It attacks all codes and eliminates them, giving control back to the user.
And this allows a computer to be spared. All information can be accessed again and all viruses can be removed. This is vital for everyone (even those who remain baffled by technology).
All are recommended to have some form of rescue disc available. Never assume all problems can be solved without outside aid. They can’t — and this may be the only way to reshape a computer to its former ways.