Regarding AVG Vault...

  AngeTheHippy 10:27 15 Apr 05
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Hi Chaps, AVG free ed., has found 3 virusi (??) over past 3 weeks and lodged them in the vault. Will just deleting from vault get rid of them completely please?

ta muchley,

AngeTheHippy
xx

  Yoda Knight 11:24 15 Apr 05

Yes, if they were quarantined succesfully

  ACOLYTE 11:40 15 Apr 05

AVG deletes whats in the vault for you over time so if you leave them AVG will eventually delete them but there is nothing stopping you emptying it yourself.

  BRY47 13:28 15 Apr 05

l also have problem with this, l did a run on the AGV anti virus last night, result 2 virus'es
there in the vault placed there by the programe,so when looked to delate then l was asked, Do you rearly want to delate them,
so now l am not sure, Is it safe just to click yes delate. ??.
Thanks Guys.

  Technotiger 13:31 15 Apr 05

Yes it is safe to delete them from VirusVault.

Cheers.

  Yoda Knight 13:33 15 Apr 05

the idea of the vault is so later releases can fix the file - never seen it work in 15+ years of 'puting

  AngeTheHippy 16:21 15 Apr 05

think I'll run a scan, though, **just in case** they've been set free again...8))


Thank all,

AngeTheHippy
xx

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