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trouble with downloadable programs

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#1 bombeezo


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Posted 26 March 2010 - 10:03 PM

Hello....I'm a newbie...and not very smart with the puter...so please bear with me....My computer..(Dell 3000 Windows XP Home) .i 7 yrs old....I am infected with viruses and spyware....attempted to get Dell and Verizon to clean it out anf fix it...and they tried...but failed...and said I would have to reinstall the program...but I hear that is difficult...so I'll leave that for another day....I can still semi use my puter...so I'll take that till it completely goes blooey...Anyway....here's my prob....Everytime I go to open Full Tilt Poker....I get a pop up box that says "this application can not be executed because of an infected file....run my anti spyware"...well I tried that and nothing.....so I uthe program.....and reinstalled it.....I thought that would get rid of the old file....and start a clean one.....but when I reinstalled Full Tilt Poker again.....I get the same pop up box....Is there anyway to reinstall Full Tilt Poker with a clean start.....so it will run????......I've downloaded other programs...and have had no prob....but this is drivin me crazy.....Any help or suggestions would be welcome......TY Guys

Edited by Orange Blossom, 26 March 2010 - 11:05 PM.
Move to AII from XP. ~ OB

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