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McKillerRus

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Hello guys. I am using windows 7 x64 and I have a big problem.

First, something (I think that virus-scrips) is eating my local disc memory, like today's morning it was 1.9 GB, and right now (day) its 84.3 MB.

Second, I can't delete any "Protected" file where you need to write Administrator's password.

Thanks.

-MKR

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Boot from the Win7 DVD, format the drive, reinstall Win7.

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Boot from the Win7 DVD, format the drive, reinstall Win7.

This is a last resort option really... :rolleyes:

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Hello guys. I am using windows 7 x64 and I have a big problem.

First, something (I think that virus-scrips) is eating my local disc memory, like today's morning it was 1.9 GB, and right now (day) its 84.3 MB.

Second, I can't delete any "Protected" file where you need to write Administrator's password.

Thanks.

-MKR

McKillerRus, you might want to provide (besides a MEANINGFUL title to the thread, a thread titled "Problem" with sub-title "Problem" is UNlike to raise much interest) some MEANINGFUL info, compare with:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com./jonathan.deboynepollard/FGA/problem-report-standard-litany.html

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