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#1 fcreek

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 06:25 AM

Hi Bleeping Computer,

I am very pleased to have discovered this community, and by reading a previously registered  topic on similar browser hijack, have successfully solved my problem using ADWCLEANER.

 

I've  had various problems in the past which often took many hours to resolve, usually by having to amend the Registry.

But now I feel confident with any future problems that I can start here with Bleeping Computer

 

Many thanks   :thumbup2:



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#2 jgweed

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 08:33 AM

Making registry changes can be very tricky, especially if you do it on your own; these can also make your computer inoperable. You can always rely on BC for help getting rid of malware safely, as well as getting advice on any other kind of computer problems.

Thanks for joining and welcome to this friendly user community!
Regards,

John


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#3 fcreek

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Posted 04 June 2013 - 01:18 AM

Hi John,

Registry changes are not my first choice, but have always saved before making changes. My background is in M/F computers with only a short time spent trying to maintain 3 PC's then employed a PC dedicated person as the number increased.

I hope I will not have too many problems but rest assured I will rely on BC in future.

Many thanks for your welcome, and I will update my profile, as it will be a long term association.

Regards

Don  :hello:






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