multiple partitions are safer in virus infection?
Date: 27 Sep 2005 13:07:28 -0700
In terms of virus infection, having multiple partitions
are safer than single partition?
For example, if the machine has drive C, D, and E.
Drive C is the windows operating system, and drive D and E are
data files drives. If drive C is infected, will it infect
drive D and E also?
Please advise. thanks!!
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