If you’re on an Intel® Core™ i7 processor or above, you may be affected by a security problem with a Windows® 8.1 or Windows® 10® machine.
A security issue with a device or application can lead to a data breach.
The security problem affects the system that controls your computer and your data.
This means that you may have an infected computer, an infected device or an infected application running on your computer.
This can lead you to a system that is infected with malware or spyware.
When your computer or your device is infected, you could lose important data.
How can you identify a security issue on your PC?
It’s important to know how to fix the security issue.
The best way to do this is to start the computer and check for the following: A prompt for confirmation that the system is infected The prompt for a password to reset the system If the system says it’s fine, the system will reboot and restart normally.
This will erase all data on the system.
If it says it needs to be reinstalled, you can do that by clicking on the Start button and typing Reinstall.
If you need to reinstall the system, click on the Windows button and choose Restart.
If the prompt says there are other issues, such as a problem with the internet connection or if the system won’t start, you should check the system status and reboot to get a new response.
For more information, read What do I do if I see an infection?
What should I do?
How to tell if my computer is infected?
To help identify a problem on your system, follow these steps: Check your Windows log.
Windows logs may show you an error message that says your computer is running an infected system.