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Pc crashes hy ones in a wile my computer will crash (blue screen) and when i restart it say windows has just recoved fro serios erer send report to micrsoft i click yes and this is what i get back from microsoft,, the problem was caused by E-Trust EZ Antivirus which was created by computer associates solution. i don't have this antivirus installed on my computer what is causeing this,, thank you

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Some of the best anti spyware software will have constant updates to protect against new threats, have pop-up and ad blocker capabilities, be able to automatically scan your computer periodically, and warn you when it appears your PC is under threat. For online safety it is essential to use spyware software and no internet user should dismiss the importance of anti spyware .

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Hi,

You probably have some spyware or malicious software installed residing in your CP.

To find out download spyware doctor and detect them.

Once you find it, you can clean them by buying official spyware doctor.

Regards

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