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Pop up showing System Error. it reads Your system is infected with a dangerous virus----Note- strongly recommend to install Antispyware to clean system and avoid total crash of your computer. click OK to download the antispyware (Recommended). I can not remove it from system. It comes up everytime I access the internet.

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WINANTIVIRUSPro2008 spyware at its worst.

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Sorry to tell you, but removal can be a pain

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