How to Remove a Virus That Is Affecting Google Searches?

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How to Remove a Virus That Is Affecting Google Searches?
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The Google Redirect virus, commonly referred to as 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."

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    Click on "System," and then "Hardware."

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    Click on "Device Manager."

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    Click on "View" from the top menu and click on "Show Hidden Devices" from the drop-down menu.

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    Scroll down the list of devices until you find "Non-plug and Play Drivers."

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    Click on the arrow next to "Non-plug and Play Drivers." A new list of drivers will open up.

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    Scroll down the new list of drivers and find "TDSSserv.sys."

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    Right-click on TDSSserv.sys and click "Disable."

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    Close the Device Manager window.

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    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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