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OSX - Startup disk running out of memory virus?

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I must have opened a wrong attachment or downloaded some kind of virus.
On Sat. 25 April at 1.20pm, a new file (17.0 Gig) was created as "console" something.
When I tried to deal with the odd new file (by attempting to destroy it), it became invisible.
I tried using FB2Is and also TinkerTool 3.4 but it won't show. However, I know it is still there
because the disk shows to be full but individual items added together don't account for
those 17 Gigs (they add to 36 and the disk is 54, and supposedly full).
What can I do?
The computer is a G4 iBook running on 10.3.9.

Thanks in advance!


Edited by lgvelez, 29 April 2005 - 05:23 PM.

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