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windows anytime upgrade gone awry?


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Iconicmoronic

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Hey guys I think I have a virus. I know conventional methods aren't going to help me resolve the issue though, it isn't detected and the only sign I have of it so far is that my Windows calculator is off, as in it doesn't calculate correctly.

What should I do?
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I might add that spybot is on the PC, Uniblue, MSSE as well. Niether program has found issues despite full scans (uniblue has fixed registry errors on installation/deinstallation of programs and on anytime upgrade to ultimate from home premium).

If you want me to run HJT I will, but I assure you there is nothing on it :)
I was in Geek U for a while.
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