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Bookie625

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I just remembered...

Earlier when posting a BitDefender log you told me that most of the results were things already picked up by Spybot/Ad-Aware/Norton's, etc., and that we could clean them out later if I'd like.

Well if you could provide directions for doing just that, it would be much appreciated.

Thanks for all your help.

-Bookie625

(I didn't think of this until after that last post and when I went to reply the thread had been locked, sorry!)
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don77

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Sorry bookie625,

Open Ad-aware, Click on Open quaratine list, Highlight the auto-quaratine (you may have a few of these, just follow the same procedure) then click delete,

Next,
Open Spybot, Click Recovery, again highlight the quaratined items and click delete,

Nortons, I haven't used it in a long time, but you should have a quaratine list, I m sure you would follow similiar steps as with the others,

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Thanks, I removed all of the quarantine files.
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Good job!
you should be all set now,

Good luck and if you need any further help you know where to come


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