Hmmmmm as far as I have heard, you should be able to boot the machine up.
GO straight into the bios and reset your clock back to yesterday or
something. Then get avp from www.avp.com, and that should be able to
identify and kill the viru. From what I've heard, they seem to have the
best protection against it. Have a look at
http://www.compsoc.com/virus.html for a bit more info as well.
On Mon, 26 Apr 1999, Moloney, Mark wrote:
> Is there a simple fix for this, does anyone know, or do you just have to
> fdisk, format and reinstall, hoping the BIOS isn't affected?
>>Mark.Moloney at emea.gateway.com> The harder you try, the luckier you get
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