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 Guardian taking too long to scan in boot?

Answer Check the program and get AVAST. Its free and it will do a boot scan quite quickly and automatically. If you want, yu can also use this command at the prompt and type thisscandisk /f or chkdsk c:
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Why is Norton Full Scan taking so long?

Windows has a lot of files, texts, logs, etc... When you do a full scan, you should schedule it while you are sleeping. At least, when oy get up, it will have scanned the entire HD.
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Why is Malwarebytes taking so long to perform a quick scan?

It depends on your operating system.Does your operating system meet the minimum system requirements of Malwarebytes Antimalware?Minimum system requirements for Malwarebytes AntimalwareMicrosoft Int... Read More »
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Full system scan of avast taking extremely long time ?

Disconnect the external drive. Avast has the problem of scanning everything. You should go in the setting and specify to SCAN the Drive C: only.I suggest scheduling a BOOT SCAN in the AVAST setting... Read More »
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Avast Boot-Time scan?

You need to select DELETE ALL and the boot-scan will delete all infected files. If you want to do another boot scan, go in the options and schedule it so that it will re-scan on your next boot.
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