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#1 toGETher

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 10:49 PM

Not sure what today is with the weird weather and earthquakes in So.Cal. but my desktop is not cooperating in all that midst.

It lost all audio. Thank goodness I can surf online to get in this forum to ask for HELP. I haven't tested audio under 'safe mode.' It's spazzing and delaying the last time I reboot it. I reboot the desktop to refresh updates on my AV program which I ran and caught 4 deleted trojans. I thought that corrected a problem. I'm stuck back at square one and so I want to ask you uber good folks for HELP. I have no system restore point for reference.

What to do now and how to fix my desktop to normal?

I shall run another AV test while waiting... :thumbsup:

Nvm, I fixed it.

Edited by toGETher, 08 July 2010 - 12:22 AM.


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