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#1 madasahatter

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Posted 29 May 2004 - 05:00 AM

Hi there....just to say hello and glad to be with a nice group of people. I've been a newbie for the last three years and still don't know much. I would like to excelerate my learning and this looks like a good place to try! One thing I have learned is how to keep my computer 'clean' (I mean from spyware etc). I was finding it too expensive to keep getting the experts in to fix my mistakes, so I'm hoping to learn how to upgrade and maybe re-install the operating system if I need to. I use M.E by the way. I am intending to get a second computer soon with XP installed but am waiting till the 'new' version is out rather than just updating the old version. Thanks again for having me :thumbsup:

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#2 Papakid

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Posted 29 May 2004 - 09:58 AM

Welcome, welcome, mad. :trumpet: :inlove:

I've been a newbie for the last three years and still don't know much.


Hey, you've got more experience at being a newbie than I do. :flowers: But you can't have my title.

Let us know of any tutorials you would like to see.

I was finding it too expensive to keep getting the experts in to fix my mistakes



The thing about spyware is that it can usually be removed if you use the right tools and you are educated about it or can ask some one who is. Here in the states, most of the time when you take an infested PC to the shop, the technicians will just reformat--saving them time or because they don't know what else to do.

Hope you enjopy your stay here. :thumbsup:

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Is in the hands of fools

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