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Hi Kitty,

	Cute name ;).  The easiest way is to go to http://www.McAfee.com 
sign up for the free trial of their online services.  (You will need 
to look in the online services area.)  Then run the McAfee virus scan 
over your internet connection.  That should solve your problem.  I 
think everyone should do this, just to make sure that there is not a 
virus that some how fooled your system into thinking it was not 

On 24 Jan 2001, at 8:58, Kitty wrote:

> How do we get rid of it?
> Kitty

Smiles & Flowers,


Morgan D. Hartt  -  800-764-7620
Garden Grove, Southern California 92844
USDA Zone 10b or Sunset Western Garden Book Zone 22 

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