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Old 01-24-2006, 05:36 PM   #6
mikeabe
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Default Re: Nimda crashed my backup drive

[QUOTE=pctechmike]Have you tried Trend Micro's free virus scan, or thought about uninstalling Norton, and installing a new av program, such as Avast? (If the IT department will let you). Try Trend Micro's Web site by Clicking Here

Trend Micro didn't do it, but it might have, so thanks for the information. Nothing wants to open the drive because it has 0 bytes left, and I suppose it requires a certain amount of space to open it. It's just wierd that Nimda is so fatal.

Thanks again, Mike
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