Jun 10 2003, 11:47 PM
Hi, I was using the NSSI utility to check my system info, and it gives me this big warning that I have "an active virus in memory" but when I run F-prot I get no errors. Anyone know what is going on? Thanks.
Jun 11 2003, 08:56 AM
Ignore that message from NSSI as it consider any emulated drive or RAM drive as active memory virus. May I suggest you use Dr. Hardware Sysinfo (http://www.dr-hardware.com) instead as it's more updated and a bit more accurate. The only downside of it is it's a shareware.
Jun 18 2003, 05:10 PM
See its command line parameters (with NSSI /? or NSSI -H).
It includes a switch to turn-off the Virus detection (probably /-AV).
Jun 18 2003, 09:07 PM
Thanks Dr. XP. I'll do that. It wouldn't let me get past that stupid warning about a virus in memory, so I couldn't use the tool. I'll try that option.
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