Question about Compex iWavePort WLP54G (E81361) Wireless Adapter
When I connected a brand new iWAVE MP3 player, purchased at Marshals, it automatically installed a Trojan Horse on my computer that is defying removal.
The MP3 player has the files configured to look like a separate CD ROM drive so you cannot remove the files thus rendering the MP3 player useless.
I've informed Marshals, but I doubt they will pull them from the shelves.
Any ideas on removing the files from the MP3 player??
This is what you call a false positive, the program does something that the anti-virus dosent like so it tries to act against it. its probably something to do with your operating system or even the guy controlling it, sounds to me like you need to take more care of your computer... i suggest a reformatting of the OS and hard drive is needed, re install the program and see how it dosent happen any more!!!
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Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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