Re: virus help
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 23:43:22 +0100
On Sat, 7 Aug 2004 01:44:56 -0700, "Paul"
>My computer switches itself off intermittently. I am
>currently running the Home edition of Microsoft Windows
>XP, and fear that I have a virus infection. I have carried
>out all the checks on the Microsoft website in relation to
>the common viruses (Sasser / blaster etc) and it all
>appears to be clear. I have uninstalled my Norton anti-
>virus on the advice of a colleague, but the system will
>not allow me to re-install. Being a bit of a novice, I
>have now tried everything I can think of to rectify the
>fault. I have even deleted the operating system and re-
>installed (Quite a lengthy process as the computer kept
>shutting down and I had to start the process again).
If the machine was shutting down during a new install, the problem is
very likely to be with the hardware.
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