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#1 Suzi from Odessa TX

Suzi from Odessa TX

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Posted 25 November 2011 - 06:47 PM

Okay, I'm not even sure that my year-old computer will boot after going crazy on me last night. McAffee said it was okay, but nothing would work; the files were empty, the internet shut down, and a website keep telling me to use my Visa card to buy a fix for $85.00. Fortunately, all I had was a Mastercard. The fact that it would only accept Visa made me more than a little suspicious, though. So I went out at 5:00 AM on this Black Friday and bought this new laptop I am using. But now I see that the alerts I kept seeing were probably FAKE! So how do I connect to the internet to fix the older computer. It disconnected me. Or can I download a fix to a DVD and then insert it into the older laptop?

Edit: Moved topic from Introductions to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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