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Virus warning will not go away despite following instructions

Have received warning of virus in my system. have followed instuctions to get rid but message still comes up. Tells me if I move away from page my computer will crash.

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Be careful here. This sounds like you have malware on your machine. This can be memory resident so you'll never get rid of it without help. Suggest downloading spybot search and destroy from cnet.com. Get the updates and if it finds something, it will ask for permission to start automatically on PC restart. Let it do that and you should be good.

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It could be XP Antivirus 2009.. mi right?
if yes.. please download anti malwarebite..

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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