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Aotomatic turnoff computer

When scan start, turn off computer

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    Vanja Djuric May 11, 2010

    you meen antivirus scan?? it is most probably, that you have a virus... what antivirus are ypu using? is it up to date?

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Hi...

You have probably installed a new anti-virus, say McAfee 2009, installation goes fine but, well it needs a lot of memory before it scans, if your computer has only 512MB memory it will definitely turn-off itself...
So I suggest to get another anti-virus or add more memory to your PC.

post us more info if you still has the problem.

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