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Email every time i send an email an attachment is automatically added.it's the same file all the time. how do i stop this? i have sent an email (outlook express) to microsoft about this and it was returned because of the attachment.thanx brian (bb_b@shaw.ca)

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    regarding email attachments. i have avg and your solution did not solve the problem.Brian (bb_b@shaw.ca)

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Hi Brian

this is because of a virus attack on your system

update the virus definition files of your antivirus program and run a deep scan of your sys else if you still in doubt then suggest that you
download one of the better free antivirus (like avira or AVG) uninstall the existing Antivirus software and install the new one update the Virus definitions of it and run a complete scan of the drives

once the virus is removed you will not face the problem any more

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