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#1 sonofwilliam


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Posted 11 March 2013 - 08:38 PM

I have an Acer AX1200 Win 7 desktop computer that I mainly use to play music. I have acquired an interrupting audio virus that has just about put me out of business. I have been working with JeffCE of the Technical Support Form for the past several days. So far the intrusion is with us. I live in a mobile home park of about 600 lots. Mostly retired residents like my wife Carol and I. I help neighbors with basic Windows setup issues, but cannot help myself with this virus. All audio sources are affected. I hope to learn more about what I'm doing and how to help my neighbors from this site. I use the computer as a hobby and as soon as I can get rid of this virus I will setup a new 5.1 surround system in our modest office.


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#2 jgweed


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Posted 12 March 2013 - 06:10 AM

Welcome to BC!

If you are still having problems with the virus, please post about the symptoms and what you have done so far to get rid of it in the AM I INFECTED? Forum so our Members can help you.



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