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  1. Yeah, I saw that somewhere too, That is the best news ever.
  2. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw that DjLizard has been on here recently. Glad to see him back.
  3. The East coast of America is certainly having it's share of problems. Stay safe everyone affected.
  4. Thanks James. I have now changed my mind about wanting to try it.
  5. Has anyone tried it yet?
  6. You've gotta love being able to quote song lyrics. :D
  7. Wow, I must admit I have not looked in for a while, but now that I have, I have to say this looks great.
  8. Sorry, it was late, I always tend to get carried away and stay up late when working on a computer because I like to get them back to the owner as soon as possible. If I had waited until today to read your post I would of got the joke.
  9. Does this seem a bit strange to anyone else? Mindboggling! :o Is it strange? It happens to me all the time with loads of people asking for help on Facebook. She is actually a regular too, and one of the only ones that I don't charge to get it sorted. She is a single mum in her thirties with 5 kids, her husband died about 3 or 4 years ago, I just don't have the heart to charge her.
  10. Finally got a chance to try this tonight. A neighbour popped up on Facebook chat asking for help because her laptop was claiming to be infected, and she couldn't get on the internet any more. I told her to bring it over, sure enough it was infected, with a rogue anti-virus, I think it was called Windows 7 Anti-Virus or something like that. It wouldn't let me run MBAM, so rather than mess around trying things, I downloaded Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper Beta , booted from it and it found 3 severe/high alert threats that it dealt with. Once it restarted I installed MBAM, SAS and avast using a cd that I burnt in May, so it has old definitions on it, but they still found a lot things to delete. Tomorrow I will connect it to the internet, update the definitions and then scan again. The main thing is though, Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper Beta got me to a stage that the computer was more usable.
  11. It wasn't a case of hopefully someone will get their computer infected soon, that is a certainty. It is more a case of hopefully they will bring it to me to sort out.
  12. Hopefully the situation will arise for one of us soon then so that we can report back on it.
  13. Did you actually use it to try to start an infected PC as well? I'm still waiting for a situation like that to come up.
  14. I use CCleaner, it don't get much easier than opening CCleaner, clicking Tools, clicking Startup then right clicking an entry followed by clicking Disable.
  15. Never heard of this until today, could be worth keeping an eye on. http://connect.micro...m/systemsweeper
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