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I'm cautious opening my external HD; have Nod 32


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#1 mxsurf

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Posted 13 September 2011 - 03:25 PM

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Howzit guys..... I want to open my external Hard Drive and scan for virus exposure; Forgive me for being extra cautious, but because the virus was a mean one, I want to double check with you folks. I read about starting the scan before "powering ?" the hard drive...my 500Gig Seagate GoFlex doesn't have a power cord. Should I just click on the EX Drive and right click to bring up the ESET Nod32 and scan the thing ? This is new to me....What is the best way to do it? ....Mike

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Posted 13 September 2011 - 07:15 PM

Come on guys this must be a piece of cake for 20% of you ...at least! ....Mike




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