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    When a friend runs AVG Scan - she gets the message at the end that AVG is UNABLE to SCAN 128 files. The file names are as follows: C:\Documents &Settings\all users\...sbRecovery.reg

    She has three options, DELETE, MOVE or CHEST.

    What should she do. Thanks for your input.

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    [quote name='trebor' post='777611' date='30-May-2009 22:11']When a friend runs AVG Scan - she gets the message at the end that AVG is UNABLE to SCAN 128 files. The file names are as follows: C:\Documents &Settings\all users\...sbRecovery.reg

    She has three options, DELETE, MOVE or CHEST.

    What should she do. Thanks for your input.[/quote]
    OOPS - my friend is running AVAST Antivirus - NOT AVG. Sorry for the mixup.

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    [quote name='trebor' post='777618' date='30-May-2009 23:34']OOPS - my friend is running AVAST Antivirus - NOT AVG. Sorry for the mixup.[/quote]
    I've edited the subject of this topic (thread) to mention Avast instead of AVG.

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    These files have been created by Spybot Search & Destroy, so I think it's safe to ignore them.

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