Got some bug eating my Access projects- help

Posted on 2004-11-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-12

I think I contracted some dirty bug through iexplorer. How can I blast it away before it eats everything. It seems to like  altering the filname postscript (eg .mdb to .ldb) and has messed up some flash buttons too. Can I restore these postnames and kill it with something downloadable and quick. Where's the doctor?
Question by:sebastiz
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    It seems what you've got is not a bug but rather a worm/virus. If you have an antivirus installed update its definition file and check your whole pc. If you don't have one you can use the AVG free edition or use Panda Active Scan which will check your computer online

    If I'm wrong and the problem does happen to be a bug on IE install the latest service pack for it and/or go to to get the latests patches for IE

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