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Re: [suse-security] Trend ChipAWay Virus Detection and SuSE Linux 9.1
Date: Sun Dec 19 2004 - 15:09:25 CST
You could try saving the BIOS settings, after having
installed your boot loader to the MBR.
This may cause the BIOS to generate a new checksum that
matches your MBR's new boot loader, and make the error
message go away, without disabling the Virus detection.
> > Philip
> Normal, the MBR of your machine has been replaced by your Fresh install one...
> this is why your BIOS complains about a possible virus hack on the MBR, just
> disable this feature in the BIOS of your machine or then, whenever you wille
> do a "lilo -v" to change some settings of the boot menu you will be prompted
> as it is now...
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