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On a web page, click tools, then internet options, on the general tab, click delete cookies then click delete files, tick include offline content, click clear history, close the web page, open the browser then try this one

http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner


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Just finished using this and got a report that no malware was found. But I do know that something is wrong. This took 17 minutes to download and install. And the first couple of times I tried to download it, I would let the Active X control install and it would take me right back to the Download Page. So that took a while. It only scanned 14, 251 files. I used the Critical Area to scan. Also, I used the other button—Kaspersky File Button, I had it scan a few things and got No Virus found. Then when I put in the stng259.exe (The McAffee standalone online virus scan), the downloading bar was full, but it just stayed there and did not show me any kind of message. So I am going to un-install that.

Boy. this computer loves to pick on me! :) :tazz:
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Use it to scan the computer, critical areas will only scan some of it, no need to watch it
, start it when you log on then just use the PC and check it every 20 minutes or so, at least Kapersky running shows it was something with Trend and not the PC
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Use it to scan the computer, critical areas will only scan some of it, no need to watch it
, start it when you log on then just use the PC and check it every 20 minutes or so, at least Kapersky running shows it was something with Trend and not the PC


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All right. Will do. Thank you. Happy New Year!

http://www.wiseheart...2006/ny2006.htm
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