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Defender Pro 15 In 1


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#1 hp1634

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Posted 18 January 2007 - 08:30 PM

Can anyone help with some advice on Defender Pro 15 in 1 Anti Virus software. I recently received a free disc pack when i purchased some other software and am quite interested in all it says on the box, but cannot really find much independent info on the product.
before i go ahead and delete my current anti virus program and load this I would really like to hear from someone who may have this installed.

thanks,

Also whilst still on virus stuff...... how do i run an anti virus program on a laptop which keeps shutting down before the program has time to complete!!?? this laptop (Win XP) stays on for about 20 mins before turning itself off... no battery probs... bit stuck with what to do.

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Posted 18 January 2007 - 11:16 PM

Also whilst still on virus stuff...... how do i run an anti virus program on a laptop which keeps shutting down before the program has time to complete!!?? this laptop (Win XP) stays on for about 20 mins before turning itself off... no battery probs... bit stuck with what to do.

Have you tried running it in Safe Mode?
How to start Windows in Safe Mode
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