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Antivirus Program Disabled

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#1 pat666


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Posted 05 April 2007 - 07:56 PM

Hi all. I recently asked for help in the WindowsXP operating system forum concerning my inability to access the control panel. The problem is still unresolved, but has convinced me to install sp2 for Internet Explorer. This is just a little background to my present problem.

To prepare for the upgrade it was recommended that I make sure the system is free of viruses and spyware/malware. I ran AdAware and SuperAntiSpyware and removed what was found. Now PC-Cillian has somehow been disabled. It won't start when the computer starts up or when I try running it from the Start button. My guess is that I'm bugged with some little critter!

Can someone please help?


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Posted 06 April 2007 - 07:32 AM

Try uninstalling your anti-virus, reboot and then reinstall it.
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