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#1 Wires

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Posted 22 July 2009 - 06:21 PM

Hi Everyone,

Sorry to sound dense, but I'm having a pretty stressful time. I'm probably looking right at the link, but somehow I don't see it.

Thanks!

Steve

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Posted 22 July 2009 - 06:42 PM

Are you looking for this: How to use ComboFix which has the two authorized download links.

However I must strongly advise you to read this portion of the guide:

You should not run ComboFix unless you are specifically asked to by a helper. Also, due to the power of this tool it is strongly advised that you do not attempt to act upon any of the information displayed by ComboFix without supervision from someone who has been properly trained. If you do so, it may lead to problems with the normal functionality of your computer.


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