Hi there,I hope someone can help me. I have searched this forum (and the internet) but I cannot find an answer. I share a computer with my boyfriend and we each have an email archive in Outlook. I have an up-to-date version of the free copy of Grisoft AVG and I scanned the system last night to find no viruses.Last night his email archive wasn't there. When I was last on the computer on Sunday it was and I have no idea where it's gone or how it got deleted. There is a slim possibility one of us deleted it by accident of course, but that's very unlikely. He gets a lot of spam and I was wondering if there was anything out there that wasn't a virus but that could do something like that i.e. delete an email folder?I noticed a strange error on the PC last night to do with a .exe that I have never heard of. I really should have written it down but because I was scanning the PC With AVG and also with Spybot S&D (which also turned up nothing apart from a couple of cookies) I just clicked OK and it disappeared.Could anyone point me in the right direction as to what happened?ThanksBeck
if xp first try system restore, which may resolve.johnny.
Thanks. Is that easy to do?I'm fairly PC savvy but I've never done a system restore before.I'm becoming a bit paranoid in case there's a keylogger or something but as I said, I've got AVG and it's bang up-to-date.
start/programs/accessories/system tools/system restore, when run choose a date prior to incident and follow the prompts.johnny.
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