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How can I locate files that has viruses? And how to fix them without using an anti-virus software? Or if that kind of task is tedious, how can I show the volume icon again on the taskbar?

Even though I've searched or typed about the volume on this computer, the button won't function for it to show, I know some virus has done this

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