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Hi, I have webroot spyware. At times, it does automatic updates for me. Now on my desktop I have all these icons that say sspsetup1 . there are 9 of them, each one followed by (1) then (2) , etc. all the way to (9). my next update, i will probably have (10). Am I suppossed to delete the old ones or do I just keep accumulating all of them? is this normal?
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Hi, you can safely delete all of them after installing spy sweeper. sspsetup1 just puts the necessary things on your computer it doesn't have anything to do with running it afterwards. the (2)(3) etc.. you see is done by windows when you download a file with the same name to the same location of a file already on your computer.

Edited by Suerte, 14 March 2008 - 04:16 PM.

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