Posted 01 July 2005 - 04:50 PM
You've posted in the proper place.
Usually, anything Ad-aware finds, you can let it fix.
What you can do in the future is, after you run a scan, have Ad-aware quarantine it.
That way, if you develop any problems later, you can go back and restore it from quarantine.
After a couple of weeks, if no problems develop, you can delete the scan from quarantine.
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