Tips To Wipe Out The Realtek Boot Agent Virus

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Realtek Boot Agent

Realtek Boot Agent was programmed by professionals in Microsoft support team to provide Windows users with an application that will allow them to bring in modifications to the start-up options in their computer. The sad part about this software is that Windows machine will get over exposed to viruses or other problems when too much variation are made in to the startup setup. There are two options available to get rid of this issue, one is to learn how to use this tool effectively and the other one is to remove the Realtek boot agent from your Windows installed computer. Going for the second option is the best course of action as the operating system comes with default startup and it doesn’t need any tweaking on it. Just go through the below elaborated instructions to learn how to remove the Realtek Boot agent from your computer.

Instructions

Uninstalling the Boot Agent

  • Open the startup menu by clicking on the “Start” button and click on the “Control Panel” window.
  • Inside the control panel window, go for the “Add/Remove Programs” tab.
  • Inside the new window pick out the “Realtek Boot Agent” tab that can be found among the other applications installed on your computer.
  • Tag on the “Change” or “Change/Remove” tab and pick out the “Remove” tab to wipe out the application from your computer.
  • The uninstall wizard will popup various instructions for the Windows users now to remove the Realtek boot agent.
  • Bring on the Microsoft’s Malicious Software Removal Tool by clicking on the “Run” tab from the Startup menu and by typing “MRT” in to it. The malicious software removal tool comes along with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
  • Access the “Next”tab in the following screen.

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    Removal Tool

  • Go for the “Full Scan” tab for a complete scan on your hard drives. However, if you aren’t ready to spend time on scan then you can opt for a “Quick Scan” to launch a scan that will check for possible improper software in a quick manner.
  • Tag along the “Next” and hang around until the menu popes up a new window.
  • Hit on the “View detailed results of the scan” to view the report of the scan carried out on your computer.

Removing a Virus

  • Bring on the Microsoft’s Malicious Software Removal Tool by clicking on the “Run” tab from the Startup menu and by typing “MRT” in to it. The malicious software removal tool comes along with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 operating systems.
  • Access the “Next” tab in the following screen.
  • Go for the “Full Scan” tab for a complete scan on your hard drives. However, if you aren’t ready to spend time on scan then you can opt for a “Quick Scan” to launch a scan that will check for possible improper software in a quick manner.
  • Tag along the “Next” and hang around until the menu popes up a new window.
  • Hit on the “View detailed results of the scan” to view the report of the scan carried out on your computer.

For further information regarding the Realtek boot agent, contact the Microsoft support team.

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One Response to Tips To Wipe Out The Realtek Boot Agent Virus

  1. Daniel says:

    This is not a virus, it is an option in the BIOS!

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