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My teacher is going to put 10 bugs or virus in our computer 1 by 1. We just installed Windows Vista! He said that the bugs or virus will have something to do with the CMOS setup,hardware,control panel and device manager step up all in Windows Vista. Can you give me some steps to use?

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I'm sure are still young in the computer world. You know bugs are error on a program while virus are program made by us who can destroyed other program. You might not listen carefully your teacher, he can't really put bugs in your computer but he can put programs with bugs of course. To tell you frankly all software have bugs in it, thats the reality.....

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