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Unable locate virus in the system

Hi, Sreek, i am Dr. Vivek. My office computer suddenly showing erratic responses. i is not allowing me to copy any file with built in XP, my yahoo messenger doesnot work. what ever i type in message window is not visible in sent window, kindly help me to solve the problem. many are suggesting to format. but it is Acer Company PC. It is having only one drive. no partition. i will be loosing a huge database

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    vivek kasaralikar Jul 08, 2008

    i hane tried earlier by down loading avast 4.8. but it deleted few important infected files also. whts next

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Just install the avast 4.8 and scan your pc

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