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    Default what is ur antivirus..?

    wt r u using for viruses..? plz mention the features...

    thanx in advance.
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    Default Re: what is ur antivirus..?

    Quote Originally Posted by baba4u
    wt r u using for viruses..? plz mention the features...

    thanx in advance.
    make a image of your hard drive on a CD after completion of drivers and s/w installation .
    format the hard drive if you find a virus ,,and re-generate same image from CD,,,,,or use a utility ,come in default setting on every boot.
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    Im using AVG free version, but still make a ghost (symantec) image every now and then as a backup.

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    m8,

    all anti-virus software are based on proactive detection, meaning their dat files have that particular signature of virus before they could detect & remove it.

    if your anti-virus is not updated regularly- you're sitting of false security! Old virus are modified or mutate everytime & new viruses emerges!
    There's no such thing as perfect anti-virus, it's the users that should be on the lookout for suspecious sites!
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    i already made images of my hdd....

    just asking the antiviruses names and features
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    Avira antivirus, outpost firewall. Going to the internet without an antivirus and firewall is like going for a walk naked.

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    NAV2006 here. other lappy cannot tolerate the huge reqs for NAV so i use Comodo Antivirus for it. free to use, check it out guys.

    btw, though it is true that all AV softwares are dependent on dat files to accurately detect the malware but most AV softwares nowadays have heuristic features that can detect an anomalous activity from a file.
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    NOD32 here for more than a year. Absolutely reliable, AU daily.

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    If u don't feel bad,
    Please explain about hard drive back up and restore.
    These are new informations for me.
    In my Nero7 having a facility to back-up the drive.
    But, how I restore the drive after formating?
    Is it acts as a boot CD?

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    yeah, the first CD/DVD is bootable. the first cd should contain the NRESTORE, NRESTORE.CFG and NRES language files plus others. configure your bios to boot from cd/dvd drive first, load the disc, and off you go.

    To restore a partition or hard drive backup created with Nero BackItUp, please proceed as follows:
    Boot your PC in DOS-Mode. Please use the first disc of the created backup. Ensure that you have set your Bios boot sequence correctly. (The CD/DVD drive in which you insert the first backup disc has to be the first boot device).
    While booting your system you will get the following options:
    1.) Boot with the maximum available virtual memory. (In this case, your PC will only load the most important and essential drivers.)
    2.) Boot with all available drivers from the disc. (We suggest to select the first option; otherwise it could cause problems during the restore process.)
    Afterwards the user-interface of Nrestore will be loaded. You will now see the connected drives (e.g. CD-/DVD-ROM drives and partitions. Floppy drives won't be shown.)
    Now, you have to select the physical hard disc drive (“HDD”) on which you want to restore the backup.

    Possibility 1: Restore of a complete HDD

    If you have created a backup of a complete HDD you could just select a HDD and start the backup. (You don’t get any other options in this case.)
    E.g. you can just press the ´Enter´ button several times and you will be led through the process automatically.

    Possibility 2: Restore of a partition

    If you have created a backup of a partition you first will have to select the HDD and then the partition (or an unpartitioned area) on the HDD on which you want to restore the backup.

    Important notes

    The partition or the unpartitioned area you select as destination has to be at least as large as the partition you want to restore. If your partition is too small you will have to create an appropriate unpartitioned area.

    If you are restoring from DVD, you will see during the process that the progress bar runs to 100% and then begins again. This will be done for each existing DAT file on your DVD - up to seven times per DVD. (Because of FAT restrictions the DAT files can have a maximum size of 650 MB.)
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    You R a expert in all in All , Thank U for your explanation....
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    Try F-Secure...

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    Quote Originally Posted by camelot
    If u don't feel bad,
    Please explain about hard drive back up and restore.
    These are new informations for me.
    In my Nero7 having a facility to back-up the drive.
    But, how I restore the drive after formating?
    Is it acts as a boot CD?
    im using norton ghost although... problem comes on ntfs but i arranged a latest norton after great difficulties... let me know if u need something... or bok's method is also gud...
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    Thanks Boky and Babaji,
    At present I don't have any intention to format my system bcoz only one software is genuine in my computer , that is windows XP2. At least I can visit microsoft site without any fear. .
    Any how , I planned to back up my hard drive. Still some doubts are there. Once I completed my task with nerolite, I'll distrurb u all

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    Camelot you are lucky m8, I can't visit even Micro$oft site, nor any other for that matter lol

 

 

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