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    I've been connecting an external

    Are these sentences natural?

    I've been connecting an external hard drive to the university computers. It appears it is infected. I will run a virus scan in order to remove any potential threats.
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    Re: I've been connecting an external

    They're grammatically correct. However, I would say "It appears my hard drive is/was infected with a virus". Also, you need to make it clear whether you're going to run the virus scan on your hard drive, the university computers or both.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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