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I need more experience :D

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#1 Eat_Babies


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Posted 11 June 2013 - 01:25 AM

Hello community, Im here because I need more experience in virus cleaning and education. Although I work as a pc repair technician, I still need to be up to date in terms of virus removal and computer optimization. So I hope you all will help me become a better technician!

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 13 June 2013 - 05:42 PM

Don't we all need more experience and education ?


Welcome, and you will certainly find plenty of advice here, and remember to search the forums. A lot of problems have been addressed more than once in the past - finding an already existing solution will you save you time waiting for replies.


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Posted 13 June 2013 - 06:41 PM

I feel I need more experience too, and hope I can find it here.


Actually what I need first is to find out the meaning of two terms.

One is PM. I got this in a post where I was told that if the current thread were to close, I should send a PM. 

The other term I would like to learn about (and how to use it) is to "bump" a forum.



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Posted 13 June 2013 - 07:23 PM


PM is short for private message.

Bump is usually associated with a message. If you haven't received a reply in  a few days you might bump your message by adding something to it so that the latest date on it is updated. Bumping is usually frowned upon unless a few days have gone by.


Rather than bump a message, if the message is about a problem You can send a PM to a moderator asking for help since it has been several days.

You can put your mouse pointer over a user name a box will pop up, click on the button that says "Send a Message" to send a PM to that person.


You can find a moderator by following this link.


Good Luck


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