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F-secure Anti-virus- I Need To Advice

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#1 joeey.s


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Posted 10 September 2008 - 04:27 AM

Hello Guys,

I use F-Secure for my anti-virus.

I have recently gone through lag and it won`t seem to go away. Many people say I "MAY" be infected, but I`m not 100% sure.

I don`t really want to Combo Fix, System restore or anything for now. Just want to scan and see how things go.

Here`s the issue.

Most Anti-viruses have that icon on the start bar next to the clock. When I right click it and click 'Full computer check/scan' nothing happens. The icon itself just disappears.

I tried to open the window through 'Start>Programs>F-secure' it opens fine, but when i click 'Full computer check/scan' Nothing happens again. I cannot do any other scan either. o:

Any suggestions in fixing it or anything?

If you need any of my system information please just post a post below.

I really need help guys! It`s not my computer and I don`t want to get it infected !!

Thanks in Advance!

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#2 joeey.s

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Posted 10 September 2008 - 05:08 AM

Anyone wanna help?

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Posted 10 September 2008 - 01:12 PM

The first thing I would suggest is to try reinstalling your anti-virus.
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