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Safe and effective disc reformatting

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#1 Gomezoid


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Posted 26 December 2010 - 12:42 AM

I recently had a fresh copy of windows 7 reinstalled on my computer. The guy that did it backed up the entire harddrive to a .tib file using acronis and put it in the my documents folder. I reinstalled windows seven due to trojan downloaders and rogue viruses among who knows what else. He didnt try to clean it up just reinstalled. Was it smart to back up the whole harddrive and save it in my documents? Can I be attacked due to whats in it?

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