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question about dr watsons post mortem.... [CLOSED]

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Today I was online and the power went out in the whole house. When the power came on again , I started the computer back up and got back online. Several windows popped up about 45 seconds after being online , one of which was the Dr. Watson Postmortem Debugger window explaining that an error had occured and the program would have to close. So I close it along with IE and then get back online. I havent had a sinlge problem since then(this all happened about 4 hours ago). Now Ive done a bit of research about Dr Watson Post... and some people on the internet say that it IS a spyware program/malware/virus and some people say that its a program that is already installed in Windows. Basically I was just wondering exactly WHAT this Dr Watsons program is. No one has answered that. Is it a spyware/malware/virus program or is it a harmless program that already existed that can BECOME infected? Thanks for your time.
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