Norton sucks balls.
The problem isn't Centrafuse, but your bloated piece of crap antivirus package.
ey i just opened centrafuse to try to fix my id tag problems and uppon opening it norton gave me an alet that it detected a high risk virus named bloodhound.overpacked and was unable to repair .....any ideas?
also most of my music doesnt read right its in the right folders and everything but when i open it, it read unknown artist then the name of the song
Originally Posted by DarquePervert
eh...not very constructive help.....
From what I just searched in the last 10 seconds, it looks like Symantec uses that virus classification/desciption for files that have a potential virus. So I guess that means that Norton doesn't know if it has a virus, just that it might be malicious.
http://secunia.com/virus_information/4708/Bloodhound.Overpacked can detect any file that has been packed many times
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NAV is consistently rated the worst anti-virus software on the market.Originally Posted by SnyperBob
It's big, it doesn't find real viruses, and reports false positives far too often. It's intrusive and interferes with one piece of major software (RetailPro, the package we sell).
NAV also tries to be a firewall, spyware detector/remover (at which, I understand it also sucks), and other functionality that may or may not be desired.
When there are free or cheaper AV programs out there that do a better job at virus detection/removal and not give off false positives, I'd say a switch is certainly in order.
It's one of the visuals, but I have checked it out and it's fine... It's a false alarm...
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Norton's Heuristics are notorious for mistaking normal file operations for 'viruses'. As said, the problem will go away if you ditch Norton and get something like NOD32 or Grisoft's AVG.
Constructive answer? Get rid of anything Norton / Symantec.
Not only will uninstalling NOV fix your problem here, but your system will run much better without it! Everything will be much faster and work like it should.
That's why i use SAV...i haven't gotten that error yet