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#1 wpl


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Posted 30 March 2010 - 07:03 AM

Recently, I have experienced much frustration in debugging/deworming/detrojaning/devirusing my computer. Unfortunately, Microsoft doesn't seem to have the capability (even at the $59 level) of ridding computers from such as well as most might think. Even Windows' "Restore" won't touch some worms/trojans/etc.. Those creating invasive routines seem to be getting more inventive and vicious. ComboFix found many of my corrupted operating files, which had to be discarded and redownloaded. Whoever authored ComboFix should be held in high regard. Poor, needy Microsoft easily would have charged $59 for the service without batting an eye (their bank accounts are so desititute). But ComboFix is made available free of charge by some unknown who should receive the decade's hero/heroine award for providing the most honest, reliable, and thorough service to the public...a true humanitarian. Kudos and kudos again.

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#2 jgweed


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Posted 30 March 2010 - 07:39 AM

Welcome to BC and thanks for joining!

Fortunately for everyone, there are still people willing to help one another without charging for it.
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