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#1 cmlattig

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 06:34 AM

I started having issues with this laptop months ago. I suspected a problem with some gamevance that I had downloaded. When I went to my control panel to use the add/remove program it was gone. I searched for remove and the search said it did not exhist. I suspected a virus, or malware issue. I downloaded malwarebytes, ran the scan, removed the infections it found. But, I am still having problems. Can anyone provide additional action to take?

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 12:22 PM

So that we might be better able to help you, what operating system do you have? XP, Vista, Win 7. Also any other helpful information such as the specific version of OS and any other computer and OS information you can provide. This way we can move this topic to the more appropriate forum to assist you.

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