You need more Memory


Last week I discovered 32 files, each over 1.6GBs, named C:\SDEL.tmp0000 (thru 0031). They were all of equal size and were dated within a few minutes of each other. I had tried to do a routine ScanDisk which resulted in a "not enough memory" notice. If there is any connection, about 4 hours before the files were created my virus software (Norton SystemWorks 2003 - I know Ken's opinion) reported a JSExceptionExploit attack attempt. Nightly scans before and after detected nothing. I wish I had saved on of the files to CD but was in a hurry to delete and wipe unused space. What happened and how do I prevent it from happening again?


This question was answered on November 13, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

You better of getting a bigger drive like a 20 to 40Gytes that could help you save more information and delete the Norton SystemWorks 2003 I have a couple of friend use the same software cause problem to the computer it's lock up sometime and reboot your computer while you doing your work You should go back using 2002 Norton SystemWork in the mean time till the Advanced Virus software is out of the question Also, you should backup your computer systems once a week on a Zip drive just in case your computer crashes.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 13, 2003