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Virus Signs and Signals From Your Computer

This has a rough month for my little household. For the past few weeks, each of us has been battling sinus infections, colds, and other aggravating viruses. Most recently, I've been down and out with a sinus infection so severe I wondered if I could just have my sinuses surgically removed!

This time of the year, illness is prevalent all over the country I live in. From coast to coast, Americans spend much of their winter fighting colds, flu, and other bugs. We fill hospital emergency rooms and doctorís offices only to hear the same refrain: prevention is key. Although many of us know this, we habitually ignore our bodyís warnings, even when we know the potential outcome could be severe. I ignored my bodyís repeated attempts at telling me sickness was right around the corner if I didnít slow down. With my PC, however, I always react immediately when it sends signals that disaster is looming.

Much like my doctor, I believe that prevention really is key Ė for your computerís sake. Do you know when your computer isnít behaving normally? Would you recognize symptoms of an impending technical catastrophe? I canít stress it enough, and Iíll repeat it again and again: get to know your computer! You donít have believe in psychic phenomena to know when your computer is in trouble.

Tell-tale Signs That A Computer Disaster Is In Your Near Future

A few other indicators include: mysterious pop ups, distorted graphics, unusual dialog boxes, or disconnection from hardware.

Remember, when your computer exhibits these symptoms, it may already be too late! So act immediately to save your data. Treat your technical system like you would treat your body Ė donít ignore the warning signs. Prevention can keep you and your computer from ailing.
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