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I turn on my computer to say hello to malware

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#1 egsrcx


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Posted 26 October 2010 - 06:30 AM

I know that they're there and they know that I know they're there. It's just the unspoken agreement made on my cpu that I acknowledge them, they don't screw with me. They use my resources, I can use my software(somewhat). I try to fix problems, they retaliate. It has gotten so deep I no longer know if a certain problem is malware or just my cpu acting up. I fight with them every now and again, but they are reinforced with virus internet connection or not. Its like they are humoring my current stae of denial that I can do it myself and fixtese problems. I don't have the time to learn all the necessary cpu technicalities and binary languages. The more I seem to learn, the less it seems I actually know. I'm now humbled and helpless to say I need help bleeping computer before I bleep my computer up. I can't block every port, manage every program component, recognize every windows process, and most of all my software to prevent such mishaps seem to only make matters worse. Please help this troubled person as he accepts he cannot do all by himself. This person accepts that it is actually himself in reality that cannot help every facet of his overburdened life and not only do I accept your help, I would be extremely grateful if this ignorant fool finally got help from those trained to do what I tried to do only to fail and maybe I will instead learn from bleeping computer how it is done right and get me on track to prevention rather than removal and repair. I'll leave that to you and maybe pickup a thig or two. I'm a very efficient learner, but I will leave you trained people to your jobs and stay out of the way by giving you what you need and offering you a drink while I go waste an hour on the TV. Anyways I would appreciate if you guys got my laptop fixed to the best of your abilities and correct what is possible to correct. Thanks, egsrcx.

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 03:50 PM

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