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kaspersky antivirus 2007

by jdog1234 / August 15, 2007 4:01 AM PDT

hi all... hey just a word of caution maybe i had just installed this program and with all the great ratings i am dumbfounded. after install and a reboot my computer hung constantly... i could place my cursor over an icon on my desktop and the little info window wouldnt pop up and i could not click on any program if i did i get the hourglass(my cursor turned to that) and it was froze...not sure why? i have no other spyware or antivirus programs running. i have used lavasoft ad aware and spysweeper for along time and never had any problems now i thought maybe id give this one a try just to cchange up and this was the outcome....be careful guys

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By all means....
by caktus / August 15, 2007 8:54 AM PDT
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FYI, Could have been an overheat problem.
by Dango517 / August 28, 2007 3:59 PM PDT

Anti-virus and spyware programs check thousands of files on the hard drive, this increases CPU usage and this in turn creates heat. Heat can crash your computer. I used Kaspersky for a seven months and it worked well for me.

Ditto on the don't go on line without protection, comment.

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