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Bios virus

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pooriakian

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I use Kaspersky viruse removal tool it can detect it but it can't remove it ! Flash bios can't help lonely pci card bios infect too ! Flashing bios graphic card and motherboards can help .but separately by programmer it's the only solution but problem is graphic card bios must of them maybe get unusable but u can flash Motherboard simply .we think there is another solution for this problem too... clear main danger.
 

pooriakian

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Bios as every type can get infect there is a bridge that name is ram from ram your hard get infect yeah it can't it can't infect your hard directly ! Hard get infected yeah but last layer of hard u need dos format your hard by cmd it can get clear but by another clear hard .if u use flash memory hard external DVD..... never open explorer windows it can get infect! It's a virus !
 

pooriakian

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Bios as every type can get infect there is a bridge that name is ram from ram your hard get infect yeah it can't it can't infect your hard directly ! Hard get infected yeah but last layer of hard u need dos format your hard by cmd it can get clear but by pure hard not another one.
 

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@pooriakian

Post 9, you mention KVRT can not detect the virus, now you say it can but it can not remove it.


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