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#1 XenaPuppyPrincess


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Posted 27 October 2013 - 03:07 AM

Hi, I'm XenaPuppyPrincess (my dog's name) from the outback of Australia. I've been using computers since before the Wang and have come up through the ranks of all the different varieties and variations... but - big BUT I still need help with all these 'new-fangled' viruses & stuff I don't understand. Hoping to find a friendly helping hand in this website.

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#2 Condobloke


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Posted 27 October 2013 - 03:30 AM

G'day mate !!.......and Welcome to BC !

There is a small but dedicated bunch of Aussies here, as well as some of the best brains in the business spread all over the world....and all willing and able to lend a hand.

You have only to ask the question/s .....and an answer will appear as if by magic.......well.....that's the theory anyway !


Browse the site....kick a few tyres.....need a legup?......just yell.



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