A fully automated malware removal tool that is guaranteed to recover all files from a infected flash drive or removable device in just seconds.
Available for Windows operating systems such as Windows 8/8.1/10, Windows 7/Vista, Windows Server 2008/2008 R2/2012, Windows XP/2003 and Windows 2000.
Compatible with all types of removable drives, including flash drives, memory cards, USB drives and pen drives.
Simple operation. Advanced functionality. Secure. Effective. Guaranteed.
How does the software work?
Once you run this antivirus application for the first time, you will be prompted to select the drive or device you want to scan.
The software then starts its scanning process and, once it completes, you will be prompted to reboot.
Afterwards, you will be asked to select the drive or device again.
The scanning process will resume and, once it has completed, you will be presented with the results of the scan.
Just in case you have other problems, follow these tips to easily fix them:
- Tidy your system of unused programs or files, especially temporary files, junk files, or those that are no longer needed.
- Update your system with the latest security patches.
- Defrag your hard disk or use its built-in defragmentation tool.
- Run a full virus and malware scanner on your PC.
- Back up your data before performing any action.
- Delete temporary files, temp internet files, web browser files, Windows cache files, files from the recently used list or history file.
- Remove any infected programs that you no longer need.
- Reset Windows Update.
- No need for previous experience or skills to use the program.
- Fully automated process.
- 100% guaranteed to detect and remove all files from a flash drive infected by Worm.Win32.Radminer.
- Suitable for Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/2008 R2/2012/Windows 7/8/10.
- Supports all removable devices, including flash drives, memory cards, USB drives and pen drives.
- Fast scanning speed.
- Compatible with all Windows versions.
- 100% Secure.
- 100% Easy to use.
- Easy to find out if your device has been infected by Worm.Win32.Radmin
Filesystem-level removal of Worm.Win32.Radminer
You will need a flash drive, preferably one that has a USB extension cable, to use this removal tool.
Unplug your flash drive from your computer.
Turn off your computer.
Press and hold the following keys:
Windows + R
Windows + C
Windows + U
It will display a Run window, from which type in explorer and hit Enter.
In the left pane that will appear, drag your flash drive and drop it in the middle.
The process will start.
The red dot will represent the flash drive you connected to your PC.
Right-click your flash drive and select "Eject".
Then, insert a flash drive that is free from any infection and run the application on it.
The program will scan and disinfect all files and folders on your flash drive.
After the process is completed, the flash drive is safe for use again and you can reconnect it to your PC.
The website points out that most of the prison inmates can not afford to pay for rehab programs.
At least 98 percent of U.S. prison inmates go through prison rehab programs, but many are forced to drop out due to financial issues, according to a new study conducted by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University.
The study conducted by Thomas Nadel, Ph.D., with the collaboration of nonprofit organization New Perspectives in Drug Policy, explores the barriers in the prison rehab system, including financial barriers that keep some inmates from rehab, the problems with tracking the patient flow of offenders through rehab programs, and the fact that some programs “have neither the staff nor the capacity to care for thousands of offenders.”
The study reviewed over 19,000 surveys completed by inmates across six prisons in five states and found that of the people who have taken part in drug treatment programs while in prison, only about 3.5 percent left voluntarily. Many left because they were given little or no counseling, support, or any direction on where to go to find help after prison.
The study found that inmates report a variety of symptoms associated with the use of drugs, ranging from addiction, to physical and psychological dependence to withdrawal, and the majority of the inmates have engaged in prior drug use, and 86 percent report current drug use.
Furthermore, researchers found that prison rehabilitation programs, such as the ones that have been implemented in the country, are not effective for those who are incarcerated, as it is challenging to get inmates to take part in them and there is no reliable way to track the patient flow of offenders through these programs.
Since many inmates are already dealing with serious drug-related issues, and are often already participating in drug treatment programs while they are incarcerated, it would make more sense to have these inmates follow the same
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