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AIM HELP PLEASE


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joannac

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Whenever I try to send an Instant message via AIM.. it automatically shuts down. I've done a virus check, reinstalled AIM and still no luck... anyone have any ideas?

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
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What version of AIM are you using?
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Question:

"PLEASE HELP! Whenever i attempt to send an IM my AIM automatically crashes. I was originally told that I have the HSE virus (which i did, and deleted it) I've run multiple checks with my Norton anti-virus, and i've also done many adaware checks.. yet NOTHING works. Does anyone have any ideas?

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Thanks In advance!"

"Maybe get a second opinion. Many times one AV program will pick up something another misses. Try doing a Panda Online scan and see if it picks anything up. Make sure you check automatically disinfect on the page where you start the scan."


It seems you have a virus, welcome to the wonderfull world of windows :tazz:

http://www.apple.com/macmini/
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Another Free one to try is AVG. (grisoft.com)

Question:

"PLEASE HELP! Whenever i attempt to send an IM my AIM automatically crashes. I was originally told that I have the HSE virus (which i did, and deleted it) I've run multiple checks with my Norton anti-virus, and i've also done many adaware checks.. yet NOTHING works. Does anyone have any ideas?

Answer:
Thanks In advance!"

"Maybe get a second opinion. Many times one AV program will pick up something another misses. Try doing a Panda Online scan and see if it picks anything up. Make sure you check automatically disinfect on the page where you start the scan."
It seems you have a virus, welcome to the wonderfull world of windows :tazz:

http://www.apple.com/macmini/

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