virus removal

Colin

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Spybot Search and Destroy is a good place to start. It's free and well regarded
 

Eragon

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I personnaly use Trend Micro Internet Security. Not free, but effective, and does not choke up the PC like Norton did prior.
 

Eragon

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My understanding is that you can get the virus on your Windows machine via the USB connection made to a device. I know there was a case of the 5G iPod having a virus. But, not aware of others.
 

x999x

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I personnaly use Trend Micro Internet Security. Not free, but effective, and does not choke up the PC like Norton did prior.
Are you serious? I hope you're using 2005's version.

2007 has to send everything through TMPROXY which completely affects your computer's performance as its memory footprint continues to grow.

TMIS is honestly the reason I ended up going Mac full time, lol.
 

Lincoln

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I use a Mac. :)

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