Posted 13 July 2011 - 04:39 PM
They are from a site that I've used a lot and would be very suprised if they were infected, however anything is possible. Since your last post I tried again and all I have to do is open the folder I created for the files on my desktop and explorer freezes. I'm now in the process of running the files through RER video converter, but still saving them as .avi files but saving them to a new folder on the desktop. The first file is nearly finished and I opened the new folder no problem so as soon as it's finished I'll let you know what happens, if all OK then I will try to delete the problem folder.
Just as I was typing the first avi file has finished and I can open the new folder no problem so I will try the same with the second file then try to delete the problem folder and get back to you.