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gday dont know if this is the right area to post this im building a linux based system pref ubuntu and use it for virtual os use like windows 8 ten etc plus xp get a lot of customers that still use xp i do a lot virus and malware removel from customers hd drives but get some who need to be accessed remotely because they live and work on remote properties- can a virtual os still use goto my pc remotely our does it have to be from a actual non virtual os plus im learning to use virtual operating systems so i need all the info and help i can get yours sincerely stephen

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Im using a new service called HOLA Rather than making use of CDNs, the developers' scheme was to build an entirely new Internet running on top of the existing system -- an "overlay," as they call it -- by making use of the invisible reserves of technological firepower that have been quietly building up under our noses -- and in our pockets -- for years program is good for contacting freinds in blocked countries and the more that use hola the more faster and less hassle what do you guys think

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recently had open heart surgery new metal Aortic valve nine weeeks ago
so was very sore for a while now a lot better

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some sites if you are not carefull look legit but take you to redirection links that are prone ie full of spyware use chrome our firefox internet explorer is prone to being targeted by spyware ps avira will block most of these links but more protectection get the full version and for help with the firewall ask the awsome people here ie setting up avira firewall stay safe online ps i use avira because i delete get rid of spyware etc on customers pcs by taking out there hd drives and putting them into a caddy connected to my workstation pc and removing bad stuff and retrieving there data and then re install windows 7 after full reformat get a tech friend to do this that way you get rid of the problem make sure they know how to re istall all you data after drive is full y cleaned

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http://general-changelog-team.fr/fr/downloads/viewdownload/20-outils-de-xplode/2-adwcleaner download this program ps if you use avira our dont please down load avira and this above program avira does not kick off download for avira http://www.win-install.com/avira-antivir-personal---free-antivirus?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=WIN_AU_TopTail&utm_content=Avira-Antivirus&utm_term=avira%20antivirus%20free read instructions fully and do a full scan it should and will get rid of any problem stay safe online and watch what sites you go to

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http://www.freedrweb.com/livecd/?lng=en download this ISO install to a disc dvd and then boot from dvd and do a full scan it will find al the hidden nasties-Dr.Web LiveCD will clean your computer of infected and suspicious files, help you copy important information to a removable data storage device or another computer, and then attempt to cure infected objects. good luck

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it is so wrong what do you think ie the data mining that the NSA does

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and check for any tiny partition on your hard drive that should not be there
sometimes things hide in there that if not removed will keep on reloading each time your pc is booted up
Typical Sign of MBR Virus Infection – You still encounter virus activity (e.g. redirected webpages etc) even after you ‘successfully’ removed all viruses (and multiple full virus scans with different antivirus programs found no more viruses).

This happens because the MBR virus is hidden outside of Windows so standard antivirus programs cannot find it – as fast as you clean up Windows, the MBR virus reinfects it the next time you restart. For this reason it is really important that after you have removed all viruses from within Windows you check the MBR is virus free - even if you plan to format and reinstall Windows again from scratch.

Warning: checking and fixing MBR code is for Advanced users – you should always have a full backup of your important data before trying any MBR fix as there is potential to corrupt partition tables, preventing Windows from loading and possibly losing all data stored on the hard drive!

If you suspect a MBR virus you should run several specific MBR checks:

  1. Avast’s Detector – Download Avast’s MBR infection detector aswMBR.exe from here. Follow the instructions on the download page to run it and scan for any infections. If the MBR scan report says ‘Windows XP/Vista/7 default MBR code’ as shown in the bottom line ...

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when you replace motherboard battery good idear to check all your bios settings as well
time etc

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let us know what make of pc and if its a brand name we can help you set up factory resett of pc

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And use your anti virus ie do a scan of your pc i use malwarebytes http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and spybot search and destroy http://www.safer-networking.org/mirrors/ these are the links for spybot SD-

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http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-support/69140-cannot-click-certain-mkv-file.html and also try this windows forum for help they have helped me out a lot ps download when other is fixed cccp codec pack sometimes a missing codec can creat problems again good luck

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Start System Restore from a command prompt

You can start System Restore from a command prompt window if you can't start your computer in any mode other than safe mode with command prompt.

Start your computer in safe mode with command prompt. For more information, see Start your computer in safe mode.

At the command prompt, type rstrui.exe, and then press ENTER. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

Note

If you use System Restore when the computer is in safe mode, you can't undo the restore operation. However, you can run System Restore again and choose a different restore point if one exists.

be carefull when doing this ask a techy friend for help to do this
http://www.computerhope.com/issues/chsafe.htm this is a web site for how to access it for all versions of windows good luck

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If its windows seven hit f8 and look for repair my pc on desktop link hit enter for that then go to system restore when page loads it has other functios as well on page but press enter for system restore and go back to a date before problem happened then allow it to do a restore
hope fully that will fix the problem Good luck heres a link with videos to help you do this good info
http://yootuubee.com/watch/how-to-do-system-restore-using-f8

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If you can download dr web from the internet from another pc use nero our imageburn
and copy it to a disc dvd then if you can load disc and boot laptop from bios to load from cd our dvd
then reboot latop and let live disc load
heres link http://www.freedrweb.com/livecd/?lng=en follow instructions then do a full update and scan it will show what has loaded onto your laptop ie nasties if you have problems find some one was a bit of a pc tech and get them to do removel of what dr web finds then reboot and do a full antivirus scan use microsoft security internet essentails and malware bytes and spybot search and destroy and also rogue killer to get rid of any remnants and get your tech friend etc to check msconfig to look for any and remnants Good luck

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I use malware bytes its a awsome program and for deep rootkits i use rogue killer ps use carefully
and spybot search and destroy -- the latest version is out of beta and it is also a good program to get rid of those nasty bugs

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Our use a external usb dvd drive our usb stick with windows 8 on it sometimes the laser on a old dvd drive might be dirty and not reading all the info on the disc properly
and make sure the boot order in the bios is set properly

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Gday

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http://www.afp.gov.au/contact/report-a-crime.aspx reporting a cyber crime Australia
http://www.police.qld.gov.au/programs/cscp/eCrime/ each state has there own cyber crimes unit as above poster said do as above he is posting threats to you and and interfering in bank transactions Good luck

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HiThere are several various reasons for your screen to fail etc, some links to the graphic card and other link to the bulb that lights the screen/ CCFL backlight failure and a dead inverterhttp://www.laptop-junction.com/toast/content/laptop-screen-flickering-hissing-and-black-spot-cornerhttp://www.laptop-junction.com/toast/content/dell-latitude-d610-screen-suddenly-goes-black. LED screens don’t have a fluorescent tube try to download a new driverorshut down the system, unplug it, take the battery out and press ON button for 30 sec, then release the finger and wait another minuteGet into the power settings (under screen saver) and check the settings for running on battery and running on AC power
or you can put a new bios

sometime adding a new CMOS battery or resetting CMOS can solve the problem. but with all computers and laptops it is a proccess of elimination
and sometimes the smallest thing can create a major problem

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I enabled the parameter virtualization technology in BIOS but it still fail, the solution was to change BIOS Security Settings from View to Change for virtualization.

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I use a program called rogue killer its a good little program follow the instructions of program theres a icon on site that shows a circle with two traingles inside it one upside down thats the download link program will get rid of rootkits etc i fix pcs and get rid of viruses and spyware etc and this is one program i use

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take it to a laptop tech whats going on is it is over heating so to protect it self it shuts down ps also there could be some dry solder--ram could be failing it could be any number of things so the best bet is a laptop repair shop i cant look at so i can not fix our find the problem -best of luck

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Trying to download from windows windows 8 release preview its saying cpu is not compatible
when its a i5 cpu clarkdale 650-- asrock h55m motherboard bios america megatrends
socket 1156 lga --family 6- bios p2.20
a lot of people on blogs and windows answers are having same problem i have updated the bios to see if that fixed it did not

can any one help please thankyou

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I have a Phenom x4 Asus mb 4 gigs of ram win7 64bit at work used for holding data and and getting rid of spyware etc from peoples hd drives they are a good work horse proc but intel i5 etc are better for gaming but each to there own likes
My home pc is intel i5 based pc

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Gday from Stephen Rimington
from Australia Charleville Queensland
I fix computers part time and research all things about internet security etc
i have a server based content filter on my two computers to protect other family members
ps apart from that gday from downunder ps Im about to get another system intel xeon based i7 to use as workstation
any spec idears would be appreciated

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get new hd --if old hd failing reloading on same drive the problem will eventually happen again and get a tech our some one savy with computers to retreive all info from old drive and install info on new hard drive after you have re isntalled whatever os you are using
I have learnt from that same problem myself
hope all goes okay good luck

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if you bought win7 yourself ie home prem our whatever os you have of seven disk etc it should have the 32 bit disc as well just back up all data and do a clean install the reload all files