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Computer viruses-anti-virus softwares.


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omarfoley

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Sirs, I have received one alert message from av-xp-2008.com that my system infected with viruses,and immediately scanned my system thro 'WINDOWS DEFENDER' and McAfee Anti Virus softwares and found that my system has NOT been affected by Viruses, and functioning smoothly.I request which version is correct
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underscor3

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omarfoley-

Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go! :)

I suggest posting a new thread on the Virus, Spyware and Trojan Removal Forums. Also, be sure to check this topic before you make a new post. It will help our volunteers assist you as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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Don't trust the websites which sometimes show wrong messages to you so that you install their software. Your McAfee anti virus is good for protection if it did not detect any virus, there is no virus in your computer. But if you find any kind of malfunctioning of your computer, (slowdown, freeze, crashes etc.) update your anti
virus software and rescan, or install any better anti virus like Norton.
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happyrock

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or install any better anti virus like Norton.

avoid norton..its a resource hog and has gotten a bad reputation over the last 5 or 6 years
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or install any better anti virus like Norton.

avoid norton..its a resource hog and has gotten a bad reputation over the last 5 or 6 years

Yes you are very true.
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I suggest that you follow the advice of underscor3

That is a very bad site that is telling you that you have a virus.
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