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  1. [quote name='bloomnj' post='126109' date='Apr 14 2011, 08:28 PM']I did find the solution under another thread. I stopped Adaware from running by right clicking and doing an exit. Then go to start ... all programs .. Adaware and update from there. It worked.[/quote] OK - tried that, and after a couple of tries, it said it was up to date - 0150.0366 Something wrong with update from main application?
  2. Same problem also - Last update - 0150.0358
  3. OK, Thanks Andy. Update and scan no longer detects after recovery of files from quarantine. Also, please pass on my thanks to those concerned about the recent fix for very slow updates. Much, much faster now!!! JohnC76 - Did you allow Ad-Aware to quarantine the files? If so, you should be able to recover from there - worked for me. Cheers
  4. Hi, Same here: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\ConfigWizards.exe - Win32.P2PWorm.Bacteraloh/C C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Administrative Tools\Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Wizards.lnk - Win32.P2PWorm.Bacteraloh Manual full scan, run after 69 recent Ad-Aware (8.3.5) updates (7265 to 7334) Have not removed yet, but no other scanners finding anything. Any ideas please?
  5. [quote name='erpguy6' post='122571' date='Sep 13 2010, 06:28 PM']try installing or updating to Ad-aware 8.3.3, which came out recently.[/quote] v8.3.3 just as bad - still taking forever to update, and its not the downloading causing the issue....