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#1 ThE seArCHER


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Posted 05 March 2010 - 10:24 AM

This is my first post - I just wanted to say hello to the other members and I look forward to working with you guys. I'm not an expert in the world of PC problems, but I look forward to being one some day, and I hope that I can find the help and support I need, from some of you guys here, in order to someday make that a reality. I'm attempting to start a home/mobile business, doing "Computer Repair, Virus-Recovery, and Computer Upgrades". Nothing too fancy, at all! I'm a college student, majoring in Instrumentation, Computer Controls, and Robotics at Texas State Technical College, and I plan on transferring to U of H for my bachelors in Automation Engineering/Instrumentation Technology. I'm not trying to get rich, or even pay all the bills, through this endeavor. Nevertheless, many of you already know - COLLEGE STUDENTS CAN ALWAYS USE MORE MONEY! :thumbsup: I have taken it upon myself to pursue several computer certifications, in my own time while running this small computer repair business and going to school. To sum it all up: I like to learn, I like computers, I like money, and I'm trying to build an unforgettable attention-grabbing resume before I graduate. So, I look forward to spending time on this site and learning as much as possible.

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 11:12 AM

Both in the Tutorials and in the forums, there is a wealth of information about computing and malware removal. You might, if you have the extra time to dedicate to the project, wish to consider joining the Malware Removal Training offered by BC. At the moment, there are no openings available (to keep the student/teacher ratio workable), but you can check periodically:


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