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Slow Windows Home At Startup


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#1 Manan

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 08:12 PM

Hi!! there,
My laptop is having problem of slow startup with popup message "McAfee ActiveShield has found a suspect a file on your computer. McAfee strongly recommends that you scan your computer now." Even after complete scan, this message doesn't go away. Everytime i scan, McAfee finds Trojan virus and it even removes the infected file, but still the problem persists. Last time i tried using Registry cleanup software and it found 932 errors, but as the software was not purchased i was not able to remove the errors.
Is someone can help me to sort out this problem.
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#2 annabackwards

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 09:45 PM

Heya Manan and :thumbsup: to BC

Please read the thread found here and follow the steps. Then procced with using HijackThis to post a log n the HijacThis log and analysis forum if problems continue to persist.

Have a nice day:)
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