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Rory Clark

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Great site! I'm having a problem with my task manager and i fear it is because of a virus. My computer has been freezing randomly and just been acting weird over the past couple of days and i tried to open my task manager using CNTRL ALT DELETE but a message popped up saying how it has been disabled by the administrator. I am the administrator!! Well, the only user of the computer and it isn't part of a network!

Also, when i start up the computer, a message saying the "RVhost.exe" file could not be found. Problem??

It also doesn't allow me to go to any anti-virus websites so i can't update my current anti-virus. What should i do?


Rory Clark
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Edited by Rory Clark, 08 August 2009 - 03:51 AM.

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