> > I generally don't have money to spare on software, so I
> > normally stick with AVG Free on my main machine.
> What do you run? I see whining about no free AV for 9x all the
seem to help with newer versions of AVG, or with Avira or Avast. For 9x
virus scanners, McAfee Stinger and TrendMicro Sysclean do work correctly.
I'm not sure if KernelEx is required or not. I have it installed. Stinger
checks like the latest 1500 virii, and Sysclean checks for a huge number.
Stinger is updated to new versions. So, download and run. Sysclean doesn't
change, but it's pattern files are updated. So, download it once, but
download new pattern files, lptxxx.zip.
Feel free to forward that info to them, or the MSFN forum threads for 9x.Quote:> If so, you might consider posting the info for those poor
> [...] in microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion
I think AVG accepted information from users. Occasionally, non-malwareQuote:> Yes, there has been a lot of complaints that AV programs tag
> certain "politcaMSally incorrect" things as viruses..
software, e.g. HP's printer drivers, would get flagged as malware.
I'm running SE on a Neo-F which is not compatbile with 98 supposedly ...Quote:> I just pray that this 2003 computer which has the LAST Intel
> chipset to support 98 lasts as long as I want to sit in front of
> a keyboard... I have a 1997 computer with a PCChips (!!!) MB
> which still works just great, so it IS possible...
See my posts in the "What role does "DOS" play in Windows 95/98?" thread.