do you think you have a virus?
anti-virus software found a virus in your computer, it might be a false
alarm. Listed below are some common false alarms:
2. If you
have one of the following problems in your computer and you think this
is a virus, then you are really probably wrong! Many people think
they've got a virus, but they really have are just problems caused by their
computer hardware, software, or just errors that the user has made.
file is infected on your hard disk.
file is not a program (COM or EXE).
is not in a list of common viruses.
found in memory only and not in any other file.
more than one anti-virus software in your computer.
doesn't name the virus it found.
are some real indicators of viruses:
does not boot
light seems to blink for no particular reason
can't be written or read
characters or graphics appear on the screen
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found many files on the disk infected with the same virus.
was found in executable files (COM and EXE) or in a boot sector in the
is one of the common viruses
executable (COM and EXE) files on your disk are all larger than they used
will not start in the 32 bit disk or file access mode.