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Re: virus


At 09:59 PM 2/6/99 -0600, Bob Axmear wrote:
If you go to the find function on the start menu and type in   SKA.EXE   or  SKA.DLL and find you have them on your system you
have it anyway.
--------------->> Bob...both files "ska.exe & ska.dll" were in my C:\Windows\System folder.  I deleted them both.  
      I had run that screensaver which was sent in here as an attachment, but since it did not impress me, I deleted it, right after seeing it.  I've not noticed any problems with the computer here, knock on wood?  McAfee Virus Scan is running resident on this machine, but someone already said, it won't detect that virus.
             Am wondering if deleting the two "ska" files is enough?

thanks

Bill Nash 

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