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HELP! I went home last night and started my computer and a I was welcomed by a Drive Memeory Error that read:

Kagou-Anti-Kro$oft says not today!

I hit "Ok" and my computer shut down.

I started the computer again and the same thing happened. The third time i started my computer I saw the Message but I didn't click on Ok, I just used my computer for a few minutes and it worked fine...meaning all the programs/applications were available to me. But I was bugged by the fact that this lame Driver Memory was hanging out in the background...so i shut down the computer after running the virus check.

IS this a virus?

I ran McAfee, and it couldn't detect any viruses.

Any insight would be very appreciated!

Thanks much.
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Question by:monacat
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You've got this virus (info from Symantec's Anti-Virus Research Center):

http://www.sarc.com/avcenter/venc/data/wscript.kakworm.html
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BTW, the info does include removal instructions.
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