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I've noticed this while using root repeal
my laptop (Windows XP OS) and my desktop (Windows XP OS) both running Norton 2010 both have several SSDTs hooked
I'm wondering if that is normal for computers running Norton 2010

my laptop had had a virus and i had reformatted the laptop, scanned with malwarebytes and norton and both turned up clean
the desktop had a fake-antivirus virus and i was able to remove it, however the desktop began crashing when i would scan with malwarebytes and norton was on, and sometimes when norton was running a scan
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