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Spybot SD, windows ME immunization

by Melati Hitam / August 19, 2005 4:49 AM PDT

As we know, there is a problem with spybot sd on windows ME, where the immunization will always have 3 things unprotected.

I just want to know, is there already a fix for this?

Thank You

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Hi Melati
by roddy32 / August 19, 2005 6:36 AM PDT

I have not heard one way or the other but I would think that IF and when they provide a fix it will be through the updater. If they do something different than that, I will post something about it. Happy

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If you have
by PudgyOne / August 19, 2005 3:39 PM PDT
In reply to: Hi Melati

If you have different user profiles, try to immunize in each of them and it should make them go away.

Also allow it to do a scheduled scan by itself. It corrected mine with a scheduled scan

Hope this helps.

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