Posted 24 March 2006 - 11:40 AM
I don't really think that is necessary, and i've never heard of it being done before. If you do get an infection, if you have confidence in the tools you are using, there is no need. If the scanner you are using says that the infection has been cleaned, then you should trust it when it says it has been. Sometimes you find that some keys remain in the registry after an infection is removed, but they are harmless.