chris2011

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  1. right click the ad-watch icon and choose settings from the dropdown menu and under general settings tab turn off so it changes to (red x) close program, restart and it should be disabled
  2. [quote name='BWarriner' post='129208' date='Sep 3 2011, 05:14 AM']Scanned tonight and found this in restore point: Skipped items: Description: c:\system volume information\_restore{7a6f618d-78bf-4e7a-b2b6-97391d98afc5}\rp88\a0011353.exe Family Name: FraudTool.Win32.AVSoft (v) Engine: 3 Clean status: Success Item ID: 1 Family ID: 0 MD5: 89afdd29832aa923926bdd4b5f5243d5 Scan and cleaning complete: Finished correctly after 15995 seconds I suspect it is a false positive, but please clarify. Thanks.[/quote] yes its a false positive
  3. [quote name='CeciliaB' post='129180' date='Sep 1 2011, 10:43 AM']Hi chris2011, A firewall will certainly not think that something is a virus since it doesn't have that ability. If Norton thinks that a normal healthy program is infected you should report it to Symantec as false positive and Symantec will correct the virus database in Norton. It shouldn't be any problems with running those two programs, but you can install the trial version of Lavasoft Personal Firewall, before you pay, to be sure. [url="http://download.cnet.com/Lavasoft-Personal-Firewall-32-bit/3000-10435_4-10460861.html"]http://download.cnet.com/Lavasoft-Personal...4-10460861.html[/url][/quote] thanks celilia you really helped me out they work good together but my friend told me they might conflict and thanks again for confirming my answer
  4. im having an issue. i currently have the paid version of norton antivirus 2011 installed, my current firewall is microsoft so if i buy lavasoft personal firewall 3.0 will it work with norton or will each other think its a virus or something please help fast!