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Win 7 anti-spyware 2011


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resolutionist

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I had too downloaded a fedex file that infected my laptop as Win 7 anti-spyware 2011.... After uploading the file to Mcafee, They have stated it as a new trojan. there a password posted when one google search.... of which that would allow functionability... as mcafee, they emailed me some links that may have rid it thoroughly out.... However, I Now Cant open any exe file... my registry comes up as unfound and my typings are skippy.... I continually scan even in safe mode..... nothing appears to be infected.... Microsoft solution center is beyond comprehenson
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Dakeyras

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Hi. :D

Do you still require assistance and if so can you confirm for myself the exact version of the Operating System on your machine. If not sure how to check as follows:-

Right click on Computer >> Properties

Make a note of the information and specifically if either 32 or 64 bit, thank you.
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