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#1 XekeXung


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Posted 15 May 2009 - 04:48 PM

Greetings and Felicitations to One and All,

Just thought that it would be nice to introduce this One’s humble self. This One is new to the site although not new to computers, as such, however this One’s knowledge of the computer's inner workings, including the entire virus issue, is somewhat lacking, to say the least. When this One decided to update One’s “Ad-aware." It was originally due to the program getting “hung-up” on the same “Impocserver32,” [or something like that], in the early part of Ad-Aware's “full scan.” This did had One concerned, to say the least, One almost uttered a Profanity ... Or two, [LOL].

One thought that since the program was several years old that a “new and improved model” might just be available. Hello and behold, there was ... Go figure ... But upon install the program, the “AAWDriverTool.exe” started wanting access to, shall we say, less than public areas of my computer and this gave One pause. Several post on Google recommended that One install a second program such as HighJackThis, and scan Ad-aware's folder. A logical progression from that point to here occurred.

Thinking that some small amount of background information on One's "surfing" habits might be of aid ... This One is addicted to Japanese film and print media and as such, this One downloads allot from various places ... Usually with no adverse effects, but recently this One’s computer has begun to act, “funny” and this One thought that it would be a good idea to look into this. Joining a site such as this forum would seem to One, to be a step in that direction. One will see ... Thanks in advance ...

Good Journey,
Xeke Xung
P.S., From past experience, this One thought he would mention that my name is pronounced, Say-Kay Sung.

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Posted 15 May 2009 - 05:09 PM

Hi XekeXung,

Welcome to Bleeping Computer, it's good to see you here.

If your unsure how this board works, please have a look in the New User Orientation forum.

There is also some most useful information in the Tutorials. :thumbsup:

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Posted 15 May 2009 - 06:29 PM

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Posted 16 May 2009 - 01:29 AM

knowledge and expertise to interpret. You may wish to submit it to our Team for review and suggestions.

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