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I think I have a virus


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concep

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Today, my itunes library just all the sudden said it couldn't be opened and that it was damaged. so i restarted my computer and all my settings returned to default and all my other programs acted as if it was my first time going into them. Also, before all this happened, my computer would freeze up in this one specific program. I've done the first aid trick, and all the other things. Any suggestions?
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Would you please supply opersting system and other specs? What is your a/v and firewall?
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Like the side says, Operating System: mac os x. The firewall settings don't matter, they have been the same forever and the problem just started
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Now when i open my recording program, deck 3.5, it says "mac os error result code=199" This was the application I first noticed my computer was acting up on. Any suggestions?
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Reinstall ITunes is the best bet. Try it. If you get an error, I don't really know what to say.

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ahahahah i thought you said macs don't get viruses.............ROFL............
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Its not a virus', macs dont get virus'. sounds like his HD Is loosing bits of files. how old is it? I have an old G3 iBook that cant hold a file worth anything, It needs a new HD
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