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Try to restart and make sure that your antivirus is updated and and working properly, and make a computer scan. Your computer might be infected. If so be careful as the antivirus may ask for your permission to whether delete, disinfect, or to put in quarentine. And you should look care fully at the details or route of the file to make sure, for example, that you don't delete a sistem file but disinfect it.
Well I hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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