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01-29-05, 05:04 AM #1
01-29-05, 05:17 AM #2
Adaware pro & Hijack this are poular. System mechanic pro has a decent hunter/killer built into it.Giga UD3Rv2 - i7 970 - 4x4GB DDR3 - MSI 6950-6970 - Adaptec 3085 - 2x64GB M4 SSD R0 - 4x1TB Sammy F3 - DD TDX - Ultra X3 800
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01-29-05, 06:31 AM #3
Spybot - Search & Destroy it has a feature that blocks some of the known nasties from reinfecting.22.214.171.124/29
01-29-05, 07:07 AM #4
01-29-05, 07:24 AM #5
I made a first aid kit. It's a disk A carry around with me. Many times when I happen to go and visit I get the do you know anything about computers?
Also I found this place (Lukefilewalker) free antivirus:
I don't think I've found a magic bullet to cure all.
If anyone does let me know. I would love to run on one program!
None of the above seem to get it all, but together seems to work really good.
By the way my new fee for computer repair is a BORG.
01-29-05, 09:20 AM #6
I've been using Webroot's Spysweeper for over a year now. So far it's found the stuff that spybot and adaware never found, and it's easy to use. I was happy to see Maximum PC name it the #1 anti-spyware app of 2004Please support our other teams!
01-29-05, 09:35 AM #7
karbon, so after you run Webroot's Spysweeper, does spybot or adaware find anything?
01-29-05, 09:54 AM #8Originally Posted by davekusa
They all catch stuff the others miss.Hello:sn:
01-29-05, 11:20 AM #9