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k just before i decide to uninstall spyware doctor i have some quarantined files (viruses and tracking cookies and such that it found during scanning). If I uninstall SD what happens to those quarantined files?
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I don't know. It may or may not ask you if you want the quarantined files deleted. Most AV software does this.
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OK well there was a "restore file" and "remove file" option in the "quarantined" tab so I selected remove file. SD didn't warn me about files infecting my laptop if I remove so I would presume it's safe to do so. I'm running a McAfee scan as I'm typing this anyway to make sure. I'll let you know if I get anymore BSOD or freezes and post the BSOD minidumps here.

Edited by guitar_freak8894, 07 August 2011 - 01:45 PM.

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Just noting that I havent got a BSOD or freeze since I unistalled Spyware Doctor. I also noticed that they were updating their database a lot, nearly everyday I was getting a notification saying Spyware Doctor needed to be updated.
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