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What does 'remove selected infections' and 'remove all unhealed infections' mean on the AVG Antivirus scan reults. On the left hand bottom it also has an i and says "the scan is complete". This confuses me.
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"Remove all unhealed infections" - Only appears if the scan has detected some threats that were not removed automatically (couldn't be healed). Clicking it moves such threats to the Virus Vault.

"Remove selected infections" - Heal the selected finding or move it to the Virus Vault (if it can't be healed).

"The scan is complete" - AVG has finished scanning all the files on your computer.
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Thank you so much for that information. It really eased my fears. However I clicked on 'remove all unhealed infections' and a window popped up saying "the virus vault has reached the maximum file count limit". "Moving object to virus vault failed". "Do you really want to delete this object"? What should I do at this point? :D

Edited by PNJ, 25 October 2010 - 06:40 AM.

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