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Virus Possibly Eating My Hard Drive Space?


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Well. The other day, I had less then... around 2 gigabytes(Heh...), but earlier today, I had 21.2 megabytes.
And it's slowly decreasing, bit by bit. Even though I haven't downloaded anything the past month.
Is this situation weird? Nah~
I suspect that a virus has entered my computer and is duplicating itself in files, in hopes that I will send a file which contains the virus and spread it around more. Therefor, taking up space.
Although I may be exaggerating, I highly doubt that this isn't the case.
I have Windows XP and Service Pack 2. Any suggestions, or tips are appreciated.
-Oi. My computer is running horribly slow.-
Status : Running a Full System Scan with Norton AntiVirus, Viewing Similar Topics

Edited by chamber, 02 November 2009 - 05:56 AM.

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Is it just me, or is this site not that active?
o.o

Edited by chamber, 02 November 2009 - 05:56 AM.

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I had just got a PM from cbarnard with some very useful info. >u<
Thanks you!

Edited by chamber, 02 November 2009 - 05:57 AM.
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