http://www.virustotal.com and let them check it by some 10 or 20 antivirus programs. If all other come out clean, that's a good proof.
And did you already ask our
I went to open Works Word Processor and AVG detected a trojan title Trojanhorse2.BRUP or something like that in the .exe file. I moved it to the virus vault and then deleted it. By doing this it deleted the exe file rendering my primary word processor program inoperable. It comes up with the same trojan warning when I click the works installer on the recovery partition of the hard drive and even when I use a copy of the installer that I made months ago. Is this a real trojan or a false postive created by AVG? If this is a real trojan, how do I get it off my computer, and what do I need to do to protect works in the future from trojans and other security vulnerabilities?