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#1 xPepsi


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Posted 21 June 2010 - 01:01 AM

Hello bleeping computer community, (or whoever will read this)

About a month ago now visited the UK with my laptop. When overseas my normal antivirus program, ESET, expired. I thought I could wait until I got back to the states until I would renew it. I downloaded a thing or two (forget what they were), and that is when this message (res://C:\Windows\system32\shdoclc.dll/navcancl.htm) started appearing in my IE address bar thing... Immediately, I deleted downloaded files and ran a free antivirus software that I had heard was good called Avast! No luck. Got back to the states and was convinced that once I renewed ESET everything would be OK. Renewed it. Found a bug or two. Rebooted but still... no luck. After trying every free antivirus software known to man, hundreds of reboots, and hours of trying to solve this problem, I downloaded Google Chrome to see if I would get the same message I do in IE. Oddly, it takes me to about:blank. AGHH!!!! But that doesn't really matter because its still bleeping frustrating!

(see what I did there? huh? huh? I'll be here all week)

There are also two buttons on the left side of my laptop which control the sound. Usually, when I press these buttons a few green bars will appear and show if the sound is going up or down. Now, it is still controlling the sound, but no bars. (Idk I just wanted to tell you everything I have figured out)

Anything would help now,

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