Virtual memory issue fixed...

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Hi all. I wrote a week ago having problems with low virtual memory. I did
everything (including what I was advised to do on this site, thanks Ted! :)
) It turned out that my computer got infected with the Trojan.Vundo virus
(don't worry, I've gotten it removed :) ).....what I don't understand is
why my computer (anti-virus software--Norton 2002) took so long to detect it.
It was about a week before it was detected. By then, it had already infected
93 of my files.
Well, anyway..it's gone now, thanks for all the help!
 
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NAV needs to start with Windows and run in the background at all times, and
you need to keep your virus signatures up to date. Use Automatic Live
Update.

Ted Zieglar

"Ambience" <Ambience@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:D75389DD-BB33-440C-A7B7-2D55A0471C96@microsoft.com...
> Hi all. I wrote a week ago having problems with low virtual memory. I
> did
> everything (including what I was advised to do on this site, thanks Ted!
> :)
> ) It turned out that my computer got infected with the Trojan.Vundo virus
> (don't worry, I've gotten it removed :) ).....what I don't understand is
> why my computer (anti-virus software--Norton 2002) took so long to detect
> it.
> It was about a week before it was detected. By then, it had already
> infected
> 93 of my files.
> Well, anyway..it's gone now, thanks for all the help!
 
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Will do. Thank you! :)

"Ted Zieglar" wrote:

> NAV needs to start with Windows and run in the background at all times, and
> you need to keep your virus signatures up to date. Use Automatic Live
> Update.
>
> Ted Zieglar
>
> "Ambience" <Ambience@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:D75389DD-BB33-440C-A7B7-2D55A0471C96@microsoft.com...
> > Hi all. I wrote a week ago having problems with low virtual memory. I
> > did
> > everything (including what I was advised to do on this site, thanks Ted!
> > :)
> > ) It turned out that my computer got infected with the Trojan.Vundo virus
> > (don't worry, I've gotten it removed :) ).....what I don't understand is
> > why my computer (anti-virus software--Norton 2002) took so long to detect
> > it.
> > It was about a week before it was detected. By then, it had already
> > infected
> > 93 of my files.
> > Well, anyway..it's gone now, thanks for all the help!
>
>
 

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