My PC was infected with virus, what heppens if i connect my iPod?

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  1. Tom_fn

    Tom_fn New Member

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    yeah, what happen if i connect my ipod to my PC (with viurs), nothing? i will brake my ipod?
  2. Ipwnnubletz

    Ipwnnubletz Banned

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    Yeah, you'll definitely brake your iPod. Clean the viurs with an anti-viurs program.
  3. Duykur

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    unless the viurs was coded to brake your ipod touch, then nothing will happen.
  4. Tom_fn

    Tom_fn New Member

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    OOhh my god, the stupids already exists?
  5. Duykur

    Duykur Banned

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    what?
  6. Unreal Boy

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    nothing will happen as the virus is more than likely not programmed to do anything to ipods...
  7. Tom_fn

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    i made a "virus scanner" with NOD32 and i get "0" infected files, but i am worried beacuse during that procces of scan some files can not been open for expample..

    pagefile.sys, NTUSER.dat and some other files. what i should do?
  8. that one guy

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    get mcafee noob
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    Those files really shouldn't be scanned as it is; they are temporary files.

    That suggestion in itself could be considered very "nooby", and is a terrible suggestion altogether.
    NOD32 is one of the best (if not the best) anti-virus programs on the market.
    McAfee was good back in 1999, but not today.
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    okay the results was 0 VIRUS SCANNED, i think that the anti virus could delete the virus, can i connect my ipod now?

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