Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by ZAnwar, May 3, 2002.
Is there an online virus checker which checks for viruses, coz I think I have got 1 !!!!!!
Here is one. I have not used it so I cannot say how good it is.
This one is Symantec. A more known name.
Thanks Xsivforce !!!
Good luck. I hope it turns out well. Let us know.
Online Virus check
Try the following site: http://housecall.antivirus.com/
This is a free service from Trend micro
makers of Penicilian virus protection.
You don't need to registar. No spyware will be installed.
If you are not running any Antil virus suggest you get one
Housecall is an excellent online virus checker. I've used it many times.
Free Anti-Virus proggy.
with free updates ;D
dont know how good it is, only been using it for a few days, seems ok.
o and that housecall virus checker is good, been using it for ages ;o
Thanks Everyone !!!
I didn't have a virus !
I used the Housecall and Symantec service !
Both came back with 0 infected files !
Re: Online Virus check
Does anyone check "already posted links"? (as in the first reply)
Well, MR MAYOR - we can plainly see that Wizard was referring ZAnwar to housecall - however, unless we actually looked at your "here" we would not have known that "here" was in fact housecall.
Get my drift????
That's why you look. Hover over the "link" and it tells you in the "status" bar.
Get my drift????
Okay Mr MAYOR
Make me smarter so that I can learn something today - when I "hover" over the "here", the "this" or a "link" all I get is the item turning red and the Index fingered hand!
Where's the "status" bar you are talking about?
Am I missing something here - do I have something set up wrong???
Not trying to give ya a hard time - help me out!!!
No problem. At the bottom of your browser. You may not have it on. Under View->Status bar.
Hey Mr MAYOR
That's really cool - never knew that - I have got it on now - Thanx a lot!
No problem damnyank. I find it helpful when I am surfing and you come across one of those sites that says "click here" to continue. I check to see where "here" is.