antivirus 2009 telling me i have 39 infections :S

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antivirus 2009 telling me i have 39 infections :S

Post by billybillyohbilly on Mon Dec 08, 2008 5:12 pm

I recently got a new laptop, and am having some difficulties transferring my norton antivirus subscription from my old laptop to this one (ie- i havent got a clue how im supposed to do that, and norton arent very helpful)
anyway, antivirus 2009 is already installed on this computer, and yesterday it started popping up saying i had 30 infections, spyware trojans blah blah, with this message:

"Unwanted software (malware) or tracking cookies have been found during the last scan. it is highly recommended to remove it from your computer."

its asking me for $50 to activate antivirus 2009, but ive already paid 70 pound for norton so i dont really want to do that! so i first downloaded avast anti virus, and then tried avira. neither of them found any viruses on a standard scan.
whats going on with antivirus 2009?!

thank you!

rachel

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Re: antivirus 2009 telling me i have 39 infections :S

Post by Doctor Inferno on Sat Jan 03, 2009 3:58 am

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