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I've flagged that MVT session ID for a technician to look at.
What happens if you try right-clicking that file or folder and select "Scan"?
VirusScan can often freeze on a file that it can't unpack, usually because of corruption, it is a zipped folder of already compressed files, or because there are disk read errors.
Try doing the following:
Go to Start/Run and type chkdsk /r (with the space) or if there are several partitions, i.e. different lettered sections of the disk, type chkdsk C: /r (again with the spaces) where C: is changeable to whatever drive letter is applicable and then hit the Enter key.
You will get a "Command Prompt" rejection stating that the volume is in use, try at next reboot Y/N? (or words to that effect). Type Y and hit Enter. Reboot and let it proceed.
See if that helps.
It appears that there are a couple folders within my mail program that have a touch of corruption after being rescued from my other hard drive. I can still read them so will just try to save what I need and erase them from my mail so they won't mess up the scan.
Thanks so much for the help!
I'll let you know how the MVT session ID reads just as soon as someone looks at it.
You got an all clear on the MVT session. Can I mark this solved then?