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#1 Hog Dog

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Posted 09 March 2011 - 12:04 PM

I am Hog Dog because I ride Harleys. I have a small networked business where we use 3 computers all on different operating systems
1 is XP professional, 1 is Vista, and 1 is Windows 7. We also have networked printers, fax, etc. Unfortunately as of late it seems we keep getting trashed by conficker variants along with some Java trojan and a few others. I need to learn how to fix this stuff myself as it is very expensive having to keep going in and seeing the local "computer doc"

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Posted 09 March 2011 - 12:33 PM

You might want to consider having all three on one version of Windows, since it makes problem-solving much easier. I am sure if you post about your problem, our Members can help you.
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