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Before i got a virus in my comp because i looked at them in detailed mode had file size..they were like 32,232kb and stuff..but now they are like 322325kb...how do i get it back to the way it was..
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Run a virus scan and get rid of any viruses if that's what you say you have. If you installed (and kept up to date) a decent antivirus utility from day one you wouldn't get virus infections -- only in very rare cases where a brand new virus was newer than the latest update, allowing the virus to run undetected. As a last resort you could re-install Windows afresh and then install a decent AV utility straight away (kaspersky or bitdefender are regarded as the best 'paid for' ones, while AVG is the best free one.

Edited by pip22, 04 September 2007 - 12:02 PM.

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i already cleared the virus....evrythings normal except this...any1 got a .reg to fix this?
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Could you please post a screenshot about this behaviour.
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