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Win32/Small.CA Virus [Solved]


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silviab

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OK! I did it. I haven't added any virus program. I thought I should wait & see if I see the blue screen again <sigh>. I hope this is the answer. I wish I knew for sure this was it <G>. Does window 7 have any programs that protects against all this stuff already on the computer?

Thank you so much!!!!!!

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ok - windows has what is called windows defender that will provide some protection, lets give it a day or so and see what happens




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Thanks Gringo,

I did download essentials but haven't installed it yet. I read it's pretty reliable. I just hope uninstalling Norton does the trick. If it does, I think I read you like essentials alot so I might just stick with it.

Happy Holidays!!!!!

Silvia
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happy holidays
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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