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Re: .exe attachments

  • Subject: Re: .exe attachments
  • From: "Betsy Mahtani" bmathani@flash.net
  • Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2002 18:50:55 -0500

Accidentally deleted message from--I don't remember who--giving instructions
to locate exe files in startup.  I followed the instructions (had written
them down), and found that ALL the files listed in startup had .exe in them
somewhere.  Does that mean I should delete them all?  Didn't do anything
except back out of it.

Someone please tell me what I need to do.  It has apparently disabled my
Norton's because it is missing from the bottom line, and when I try to
activate it, it just goes off.

Thanks, Betsy

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