I am using acer aspire 5570 with norton anti-virus but already expired. My problem every time when I want to remove a USB flash drive it will always say generic volume is busy. Even with a dozens of attempts still it will not say safe to remove. Please help me with this problem.tnx
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The best anti virus programme in my view is Norton Anti Virus. If Norton tells you a programme is a potential problem, it is. You can download from Symantec the uninstall programme that will remove Norton.
Before you can do anything, uninstall norton antivirus, go to control panel and click on it, a list of items will come up, when norton shows select remove and wait for the program to uninstall, and restart the computer, go back in and remove norton live update and any other program pertaining to norton. If you have windows 7 go to my computer and "click" on top select uninstall, and follow the outline above. Now you should be able to install the program.
Is the thing telling him he has 68 viruses McAfee? There are a lot of malware and viruses out there that tell you either your system is infected or some pretend you have hardware issues. They generally have a "Fix" button that tells that your subscription expired and try to harvest your person information and credit card. Don't give them any information, and contact your credit cards immediately if you "purchased" a new licence. They're pretty good about refunding your money about stuff like that.
If he doesn't have anything important on it yet and it has a recovery partition or restore discs, he can try using them. That would wipe the drive including any viruses / trojans / malware.
I probably wouldn't get Mcafee, Trend Micro, or Norton, they're all pretty terrible. Try getting Webroot, Kaspersky, or one of the free online ones (Avast!, Immunet Protect Antivirus, Spyware doctor with antivirus). Just make sure you only have one on at a time.
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McAfee?? this product you need to check how to totally remove it from your netbook because it will block most of the other anti virus. Consider as business strategy, so that end user just use this anti virus, rather than other.
norton should be able to scan 'flash memory', and remove mal-ware. click on my computer, choose your flash drive- right click and choose 'scan'. since norton came with your 'netbook', it should be able to clean your 'flashdrive'- do you have any usb peripheral drives connected? norton should detect, and clean them, as well! make sure you 'update' your norton definitions first- if you can! try un-plugging any peripherals, before you run it. if it cleans up- then upgrade your norton definitions, and reconnect any peripherals, and run norton on them!! norton should allow you to chose which device to check! good luck!
i hope you got norton off your system before putting AVG free on. Virus programs try to fight off other virus programs by postiong false virus claims to erase the other program. eventually they will kill your hard drive. You need a product key for a good virus protectant. Norton or CA offer good, reliable protection for your dollar. What i would do, is back up any really important stuff you have there, format your hard drive and install Vista again if you have the disc and then re-install it to permanetly delete viruses. Also your system maybe slow because VIsta needs at least a dual core processor and 2 GB RAM to work like a XP machine