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A trojan Virus can be very nasty. I suggest going to www.avast.com and download the free home version virus scan. Disable and remove all other virus scans you have going to include the system resource hog Nortons or McAfee. Upon completeion of installation, it will ask you to do a boot time virus scan, click yes. Most Trojan viruses attack the system before they get completely started, therfor, makes them harder to remove.If you still need help after this, PLEASE feel free to conatct me and I will assist you further.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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