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It scans my computer two times in a row, sometimes three. Like it will go up to 20,000 or 30,000 files scanned and then go back to 0 and scan all over again and then reaches 60,000 files and stop. Lately, it has been scanning three times in a row and has found 140,000 files; 140,000 files WHAT IN THE WORLD I know I do not have that many files on this laptop. And every time I try to update it, it never finds any new updated definitions, why?
I think it is obvious that the program is corrupted. Go to Add/Remove, click on it and see if there is a repair option. If not, I would suggest you uninstall it. If you have Vista, though, uninstalling is not an option. You can stop it from running.
If you have a problem with uninstalling or repairing or have Vista, let us know.
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