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Windows 7: located threats- system32\drivers\spuo.sys What is it & can i delete?

17 Feb 2014   #21

windows 7 ultimate x64

In any case, posts 15 and 17 render this conversation moot, i think...

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 located threats- system32\drivers\spuo.sys What is it & can i delete?

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