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#1 debbkup

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 03:02 PM

Hi, im new to this site, so excuse me if im posting a duplicate topic, I've tried searching for an answer but haven't gotten any positive results so here i am.
every time i turn on my computer i get a message from bsdchecker.exe which reads something like an error occured in the application...... im not sure if this is a virus or not.. when i try deleting the bsd file it does not allow me to, at first it did not allow me online access so i created a new user & all is fine there so when im online with the new user i have access in my old user too.
can anyone help me if this is indeed a virus how do i remove it (i did an avg scan & all is fine, it did not detect anything) and if its not a virus how do i get rid of this message that opens each time i startup & how do i get my online access back? thanks

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 02:41 PM

BSDChecker appears to be a utility that is reporting a problem to do with perhaps a media widget, or video widget for IPOD transfers. You may need to uninstall the software if it is on your machine.




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