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ibryte and zoom downloader

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#1 katherine1234


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Posted 04 March 2012 - 08:32 PM

My friend was doing stuff on my computer and sonce then when i first turn on the computer it comes up with Ibryte has stopped working and zoom downloader has stopped working. Also, whenever i try to download stuff it wont let me by just clicking on it anymore and comes up with the zoom downloader is not working. He had installed something on my desktop and i uninstalled it. It was sort of like an antivirus so I didnt think that would matter. Please help

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#2 jburd1800


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Posted 04 March 2012 - 10:34 PM

Have you looked in Add/remove programs to see if both are located there and can be removed?

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#3 katherine1234

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 07:12 AM

thanks jburd1800 that worked. its all fixed now

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 09:12 AM

<<Hey babe, I can help you ;) Just PM me or look me up on Facebook ;) I can give you all the help you need, if you know what I mean... ;)>>

Forum business is not conducted via email...such defeats the purpose of the forum in that it fails to provide a broad base of knowledge, experience, and suggestions...and it leaves the members who respond to such "offers" at the mercy of the person who they may be corresponding with. There is no scrutiny/review of suggestions...there is no way to assess the knowledge level of the person communicated with...email attempts to resolve computer problems are, IMO, a foolish, dangerous gamble by those who don't necessarily have the skills to evaluate what is being communicated via email.

The forums exist to assist members at no cost, from a very broad base of members with varied experiences and varying levels of expertise/experience/knowledge.

To forego that and subject yourself to the opinions of someone via email...is somewhat foolish, IMO, and does not serve the interests represented by the forums established here at BC. Suggesting communication via email is counter to the basic precepts of this website.


Edited by hamluis, 05 March 2012 - 09:14 AM.

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