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error message - text exceeds memo capacity

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by patandrose, Jan 7, 2003.

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  1. patandrose

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    i am using windows 98

    i have found this to happen mostly when i am using microsoft word, but happens other times also.

    i get a message saying text exceeds memo capacity. and that message comes up each time i try to press any key on the keyboard.

    i have some other strange messages coming up when i start my computer which maybe are related but i cant remember them i will post them in next day or so when i see them again and can write them down. something about apxil is one of them and there is a skull beside it when i look it up in my c drive.

    i am also not coming up with any viruses
     
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  4. patandrose

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    thanks for your help i just used housecall and it said

    first trojan system cleaner has found and cleaned a malware. TROJ_INF.SVR.20

    after i ran the scan, so i am going to restart and try some typing and see if it does.
     
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