Thanks, Scott, for those NAV5 tips.  Yes, I can well imagine why NAV
would take over like that!  And yes, I did see the virus in the
activity log after the fact.  Hopefully it'll be a long time before I
hear that sound again!  Now I gotta find the **** who sent me HAPPY99!

On Sun, 21 Mar 1999 16:34:30 +1100, you wrote:

>HI there.
>Yeh I have had the same problem as you with nav5.
>I was downloading a file from the net and heard the weep weep sound
>Basically the reason everything stops is because nav takes control of
>pc so the virus can't spread.
>when you hear the weep weep again, you can press r for repair d for
>and there are some other keys you can press but I can't remember them
>Also if you go in to nav and choose the tools menu then choose
>log, scroll to the bottom of the logg and you will hear what kind of
>you had and what action was taken.
>Very usefull feature in my oppinion.
>Hope this helps.
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>On 20/03/99 at 22:32 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>Somebody sent me the HAPPY99 virus the other day and, dutifully, NAV
>>Version 5 alerted me as to its existence and whereabouts, but in a
>>I wasn't used to.  For about an hour, I was going into a directory
>>one of my drives, and when I hit the ENTER key to go into that
>>directory, my PC speaker made this fweefweefweep sound, and speech
>>stopped!  Of course, I had no idea what was going on, I pressed the
>>space bar, and everything reacted normally once again.  I finally
>>decided that maybe I *DID* have a virus of some kind that I'd
>>inadvertantly not scanned for, so I ran a scan of the drive
>>the directory that was giving me the funny noise when I entered it.
>>Sure'nuf, there was the HAPPY99 virus sitting there, and I
>>NAV to put it in quarantine and then I deleted it and the noise went
>>The point here is, has anybody else experienced this silence when
>>enter a directory that contains an infected file in NAV 5?

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