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A win32heur and windows xp sound virus.


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Ok well I have been playing modernwarfare 2 on the Pc lately. And today when I went to play, my AVG came up saying that the game's .exe file contained a win32 heur virus. Now I moved it to the virus vault and all appears fine. But there is this sound that happens every so often that is categorized as the "windows xp start sound" and it sounds like a click, such as when you go through your folders on your c:/ drive.

This is really annoying me, and the last win32 heur I had made me reformat my entire computer. Help would be much appreciated!

Edited by yoda76, 20 November 2009 - 10:12 PM.

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I would really like this to get cleared up. Because I don't think that by me moving it the vault, really got rid of the whole thing.
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