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  1. Hello, Yesterday my computer was infected with what I think is a malware virus of some form. I downloaded a new program and shortly afterwards my computer began to act up and suddenly it dawned on me that my computer was infected. I have a startup menu which allows me to select between using Linux or Windows 7. The computer infection occurred on my Windows 7 operating system so I switched to Linux where it is relatively functional and I am able to access it unlike Windows 7 where I have to revert to safe mode just to access the operating system and cripple the virus. I immediately went onto YouTube to get this issue resolved and learned about Malwarebytes and realized that it is a viable solution to my problem. I learned how to go into safe mode on Windows 7, I learned how to access the internet despite the infection, and I attempted to download Malwarebytes but unfortunately the virus is preventing me from accessing it even if I'm in safe mode on Windows 7 so I went to another computer and used my thumb drive on another computer to install the program and then transfer it to my computer but that did not work as expected. I cannot install Malwarebytes on LInux either. I browsed the internet for all of the information I was able to seek until I learned about Chameleon which is intended to be used if my computer is infected and is preventing my from installing and using Malwarebytes to resolve the infection. Unfortunately, after I saved the file and attempted to begin using Chameleon I clicked every button to launch the black DOS command prompt but it never launched despite several attempts to do so. I don't know what to do at this point to remove the malware virus from my computer and it is clear that I am ignorant of a proper solution. I know that I cannot resolve this infection on my own and I require the assistance of experts immediately to resolve this very serious issue. I cannot do this on my own so I am turning to all of you here for help in my hour of darkness and desperation. Please help me, I have no one else to turn to. - Flux FRST.txt Addition.txt
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