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#1 DiverMike


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Posted 30 January 2009 - 11:38 PM

Just looking (again) for ways to remove a fresh set of malware from a friends computer. I (knock on wood) have only gotten infected once... probably has to do with not spending my time on iTunes or Facebook etc., I spend my time trying to fix problems (usually hardware at work, the s/w guru's have to fix therieown, I just point them out :>)). :thumbsup:

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