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  bik59 11:09 01 Oct 2008

AVG has discovered this so called Trojan Horse on my D Drive and it won't move it to the virus vault it says the file is too big. When I hit the 'take me to the file' option I find that the file is on the D drive and if I try to manually delete it I get a warning telling me not to delete the file as it is part of the HP recovery system. AVG threw another infection up recently which was supposedly attached to my Paint Shop Pro software again said that file was too big to go to virus vault, I deleted that file and then had to re-install Paint Shop Pro. Can you help

  bik59 11:13 01 Oct 2008

Forgot to say it's and HP pc

  Halmer 11:25 01 Oct 2008

click here

Don't delete it and run a separate on line scan such as click here just to be sure.

I have run this and BitDefender and neither have found anything so I'm assuming that both are false positives.

  Halmer 11:26 01 Oct 2008

make sure that your AVG is updated definition wise before running again as these may have been sorted now.

  bik59 11:28 01 Oct 2008

Thank you

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