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Re: Help with iLividSetupV1 removal cleanly and safely

Unread postby Blade81 » July 5th, 2012, 12:00 pm

Hi,

Is it okay to not update IE or Firefox, since I do not use IE anymore and I don't intend to upgrade FF to above 6, since last time I upgrade to FF7 it has error? Currently I only use Chrome.
This is commmon asked question regarding IE. Windows is actually using IE components too and that's one reason why IE should be kept up-to-date too whether it's used or not. If Firefox isn't used then I recommend to uninstall it.
Also, I noticed that my Norton Internet Security has been blocking OTL.exe saying that it has medium threat. I think Norton has in fact deleted OTL.exe from desktop once and I had to download a new OTL, should I be concern about this?

That's false positive and should be ignored.

Other medium threat levels identified by NIS are:C:\Windows\System32\SVCHOST.EXE , C:\Windows\System32\SERVICES.EXE , MBAM.EXE, GOOGLEUPDATE.EXE. Should I be worried about it?

I don't know Norton software myself but I suspect those are just info messages and not actually infections. Logs looked ok and unless there're any symptoms present I wouldn't worry.
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Re: Help with iLividSetupV1 removal cleanly and safely

Unread postby Deeply_confused » July 9th, 2012, 9:47 pm

Hi Blade,

Thank you very much for your answers. I understand much better about IE and updating Windows and about Norton. I really do appreciated your help. Thanks to you my computer is running much faster now and no stalling during shutting down anymore. I understand more about the updating process now and the software you recommend (PSI) works great. Can't thank you enough.
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Re: Help with iLividSetupV1 removal cleanly and safely

Unread postby Blade81 » July 10th, 2012, 6:56 am

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