The Google Redirect virus, commonly referred to as go.google.com virus, is a virus that affects Google searches. When using Google, or any other search engine, the virus will redirect you to a random site or advertisement. In addition, the Google Redirect virus can impair your computer files, slow your computer, and change your computers desktop background.
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Click on "Start," and then "Control Panel."
Click on "System," and then "Hardware."
Click on "Device Manager."
Click on "View" from the top menu and click on "Show Hidden Devices" from the drop-down menu.
Scroll down the list of devices until you find "Non-plug and Play Drivers."
Click on the arrow next to "Non-plug and Play Drivers." A new list of drivers will open up.
Scroll down the new list of drivers and find "TDSSserv.sys."
Right-click on TDSSserv.sys and click "Disable."
Close the Device Manager window.
Download a free antivirus program, such as the one found at the link bellow. Or, open up your current antivirus program and run a scan.
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