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I checked my Windows Security Centre the other day, because I haven't heard from it in a while. Usually I get a balloon thing telling me something-or-other. Anyway, it says that 'Windows detected more than one anti-virus program on this computer and at least one reports it's up-to-date.'

:tazz: I only have one... I think. I used to have Panda Antivirus, but I uninstalled that because it wasn't very good. I had like a major virus thing, which kept turning off Windows Firewall, prevented me from updating Windows, and turned off System Restore permanently and Panda didn't remove it. My friend reccommended[sp] that I should visit the Windows Live Security Centre and run a scan, and then uninstall Panda and download avast! Antivirus instead.

Does anyone know why it's saying there's more than one, and how to get it so it only reports on avast! ?
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