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Problem caused by Bitdefender Antivirus

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Old 12-19-2007
Veerle
 

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Problem caused by Bitdefender Antivirus
Hi,

I installed Windows Vista Home Editition and avast antivirus home
edition. Windows gives me a problem report for a problem cause by
Bitdefender Antivirus, but I didn't install that (I think). It's not
in the list of software where you can remove software (control panel),
it's not in my start menu and there's no Bitdefender folder in my
program files. Why does Windows Vista seem to think that I have
Bitdefender Antivirus?

Veerle
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Old 06-11-2008
ripbox
 

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Re: Problem caused by Bitdefender Antivirus

i got this same problem too just as my system tried to boot... i know
for a fact that i dont have it installed


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Old 06-11-2008
Mick Murphy
 

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Re: Problem caused by Bitdefender Antivirus
Your post has confused everybody!!!!!!!
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"ripbox" wrote:

>
> i got this same problem too just as my system tried to boot... i know
> for a fact that i dont have it installed
>
>
> --
> ripbox
>
> * Core 2 Quad Q6600
> * Abit IN9 32 MAX Motherboard
> * 4 GB OCZ 4GB PC2-5400 Vista Upgrade (2x2GB)
> * BFG Geforce 9800 GX2 x 1
> * Thermaltake W0133RB 1200W PSU
> * 150GB Raptor HDD
> * 500GB Caviar HDD
> * Vista Ultimate x64
>

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