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antivirus conflicts ?

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i have a quad boot machine with 3 x windows,

i am aware that running 2 active antivirus apps is a no no,

but - i have CA antivirus on my w2k and xp with AVG on my win7,

obviously when i am in one of my windows i only have one active antivirus,

would CA pick up AVG's definitions or AVG pick up CA's definitions ?
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No. All systems boot on their own. They run on their own.

There is virtually no way to do that unless if you set it up yourself for the anti-virus programs to pick up data off of a logical drive.

Does not look like a big deal.
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