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dokkdurssulet

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I recently installed windows xp sp.
Before i hade both Vista and Linux.I formated the drive where Vista was installed and instaled Windows xp(I still have a partition with Linux) and i observed that the windows os is running very slow.I think it is due tot Symantec Endpoin Protection because from time to time it shows me a message like "Trafic from IP address 92.81.138.32(wich is this site's ip adress i think) is blocked from date&time 1 to date&time 2 [SID: 20409] MSRPC Server Service BO detected " and also it shows me that there are 2 problems : 1 Proactive Threat Protection is disabled 2 File System Auto-Protect is malfunctioning

I searched the www for solutions to my problem and found this thread :
http://www.geekstogo...ow-t217699.html

and thought maybe u can help me.Should i download Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware ?I don't know how to use HiJackThis and i am new on this site so sorry if posted in the wrong section 10x
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sorry is windows sp2
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Hi there, and welcome to Geeks To Go! If you reformatted your hard drive recently, most likely you are not infected with malware. Personally, I would get rid of Symantic and put on Avast! Antivirus, and you should notice a considerable increase in your computer's speed.

What are the specs on the machine?
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