Virus removal can be a tricky procedure with viruses becoming more and more advanced in the way they get into your operating system and transfer themselves to other computers. They also can do a good job at hiding themselves from antivirus programs and some of thsem find their way back after you remove them.

Sometimes you need specialized tools to remove some viruses when traditional methods like running a scan with your antivirus software won't do the job. These specialized tools are written to remove certain types of viruses so you know that you will get the best results since that's what they are designed to do.

Viruses have become increasingly complex and infections involve more system elements than ever before. Symantec Security Response has developed tools to automatically conduct what would often amount to extensive and tedious manual removal tasks. If your system has become infected, the tools listed below should aid you in repairing the damage.

Click here to see a listing of the downloadable virus fix tools offered by Symantec.

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