Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 07:27:51 -0700
There are plenty of different Trojans. Please let us know which one.
You could try booting to safe mode and try another scan using your AV.
(press F8 every second or so when you're booting).
Laverne thought carefully and wrote on 9/18/2004 7:13 AM:
> Every time I hit the backspace key on my keyboard it redirects my computer to
> a site that says unavailabe. When I run my virus detection, it says I have a
> trojan, but then it can't remove it so it's always still on there. What do I
> do next?
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