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imtony

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:tazz: Okay, so i think i have a virus now because my norton's been popping up every other minute. i plan on formatting, but i have a question. Right now, I also have a WD 160gb hd as my D drive. I remember when i first installed it, it only showed 127 gb of space, and had to install sp1. but now im wondering, if i format my c drive, would the harddrive messup because its not going to be sp1? i have alot of stuff on my d drive that i dont want to get corrupted. thanks

Edited by imtony, 05 August 2005 - 05:12 PM.

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Don't give-up so soon and reformat. The visus can removed.
If u need assistance removing the virus, make a visit to our Malware Removal Forum.
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just a friendly reminder

beofre you try to format back up all you personal data you have :tazz: as you value it so much

elaborate...norton poping up every other minute. can you still use/run antivirus? if so do it so it can scan for virus and if it finds any it should fix if possible if not it will quarantee it and then when it gives you the status of what was found you can click on the name and it will take you to the website which will in return give a general description of the problem and steps on how to remove manualy.

Edited by Stasiek, 06 August 2005 - 04:08 AM.

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