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Norton Power Eraser Tutorials for Windows 11/10/8/7

Norton Power Eraser is a free tool that can be downloaded and run to remove threats from your computer. You can run this tool to scan for threats even if you have a Norton product, or any other security product. If you cannot start the computer in Normal mode, you can run this tool in Safe mode. Norton Power Eraser is easy to download, and scans your computer quickly to detect the most aggressive computer viruses. You don't need to install this tool.

If you are on Windows XP or Vista, read Norton Power Eraser Tutorials for Windows XP/Vista.

The Norton Power Eraser tool is only compatible with computers running Microsoft Windows operating systems. It does not work with computers running on Mac OS X, WinPE, Android devices, and iOS devices.

Norton Power Eraser uses aggressive methods to detect threats, and there is a risk that it can select some legitimate programs for removal. You should carefully review the scan results page before removing files. If you accidentally remove a legitimate program, you can run Norton Power Eraser to review past repair sessions and undo them.

Download Norton Power Eraser and run a full system scan

  1. Download Norton Power Eraser.

  2. Press Ctrl + J keys, to open the Downloads window in your browser, and double-click the NPE.exe file.

    If the User Account Control window prompts, click Yes or Continue.

  3. Read the license agreement, and click Agree.

    If you have already accepted the license agreement, you are not prompted again.

    Norton Power Eraser checks for and automatically downloads the new version if available.

  4. In the Norton Power Eraser window, select Full System Scan, and click Run Now.

  5. If you want to include the Rootkit scan, click Settings, and under Scan and Log Settings, toggle the option Include Rootkit scan (requires a computer restart).

    When you see a prompt to restart the computer, click Restart.

  6. Wait for the scan to complete.

Scan files or folders

  1. Start Norton Power Eraser.

  2. In the Norton Power Eraser window, select Scan Files or Scan Folder, and click Run Now.

  3. Depending on the scan, do one of the following:

    • For Scan Files: In the Open window, browse and select the file or files and click Open.

    • For Scan Folder: In the Select Folder window, select the folder and click Select Folder.

  4. Wait for the scan to complete.

Fix the risks

  1. When Norton Power Eraser completes the scan, it displays the scan results. The items that Norton Power Eraser considers as risks, displays the Severity as High or Medium.

  2. Depending on your situation, do one of the following:

    • If you see No Risks Found, Norton Power Eraser did not detect any risks on your computer, click Done to exit.

    • If you see any files that are listed as High or Medium, the check box under Fix is checked automatically. It is recommended to remove these files.

    • If you want more information about the threat, then click on the threat name under Primary Target and view the details.

    If your system is configured to use System Restore then Norton Power Eraser will automatically take a restore point as part of the remediation.

  3. Click Fix Now.

  4. If you are asked to restart the computer to complete the removal, click Restart Now.

  5. After successful removal of the risk, click Done.

Configure Settings

Norton Power Eraser gives you the option to set up a network proxy, adjust log settings, multi-boot check, and include the Rootkit scan.

  1. Start Norton Power Eraser.

  2. In the top-right corner, click Settings.

  3. The options for Network Proxy settings, Scan and Log settings, Rootkit scan, and Language selection are displayed.

  4. If your network uses proxy settings to connect to the Internet, click Configure to configure network proxy settings.

  5. Do one of the following:

    • If you are not sure of the proxy settings, select Automatically detect settings.

      If you have an automatic configuration script, select Use automatic configuration script, and then type the script in the URL textbox.

    • If you know the proxy server settings, select Use a proxy server for your HTTP connections, and then type the server address and the port number.

    • If your proxy server requires authentication, select Connecting to my firewall or proxy server requires authorization. Type your user name and password.

  6. When you finish updating Network Proxy settings, click Apply.

  7. To display only the bad files, enable Show only bad files.

  8. By default, Norton Power Eraser does not include the Rootkit scan. If you want to include it, enable Include Rootkit Scan (requires a computer restart).

  9. To configure Log settings, do one of the following:

    • If you want to change the location of the log file, next to Scan Results, click Change, and select the new location.

    • If you want to delete the log history, next to Log Files, click Delete.

    • If you want to restore the default settings, click Use Default Settings.

  10. Select the preferred Language, and click Apply.

Restore a fix to undo a previous repair session

If you think that Norton Power Eraser has incorrectly removed a file or a registry file on your computer, you can undo the repair session to restore the removed files or the registry keys.

Undo sessions created with Norton Power Eraser version 5.3.x.x are not supported by Norton Power Eraser version 6.0.x.x.

  1. Start Norton Power Eraser.

  2. In the Norton Power Eraser window, select Undo Previous Fix and click Run Now.

  3. In the Previous Repair Sessions window, select a repair session that you want to undo, and click Next.

  4. In the Previous Repair Session window, and click Undo.

  5. Click Done.

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Операционная система: Windows
Последнее изменение: 01/11/2021