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Spyware Quake - NEED IT TO BE DEAD


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Hello.

I have six boxes; 5 running Windows 2000 and 1 running Windows XP. Four of them have Norton Internet Security on them.

Tweo of them have become infected with Spyware Quake. The first got infected about 3 months ago, so I took it off my home LAN when I couldn't remove it. Tonight, another PC just got infected with SWQ, so I shut it down because I don't want it to spread to my other machines.

I'm hoping that someone will be able to help me by giving me crystal-clear instructions on how to remove this malady from my two machines without having to reformat and rebuild the hard drives. :whistling:

Last time I followed laborious directions I found online via Google, and they didn't work. :blink:

I hope someone can help me with this, and as soon as possible, because I can't have 33% of my network unusable/gone.

Thanks!

- Kurt
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