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Do you have a virus control/firewall program?

If you do, update it immediately and scan your computer.

If you don;t or it is inop go to the control panel under install and uninstall and uninstall whatever is left of it.

Then go to and do the free scan and follow directions after the scan.

When you are satisfied that that is okay go to and prepare to download the free virus control software there.

Before you download it, turn off all running programs on your computer. Look at the little icons in the right hand corner, click on them and exit or turnoff all that you can.

Also go to the toolbar>tools>internet options>general tab> and delete all your cookies

Download free komodo to yur desktop. It will be an exe. file. Then click on the file to install it. When it is finished installing, you can rerstart your computer.

You may have other issues that slow down your computer performance besides a virus. There are other maintenance jobs that can be done when you have done all this. Let me know.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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How do you know this ??
Have you got virus software telling you this
Have you visited a website, and the site is telling you this..

More info would be appreciated

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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