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#1 Ovalidem


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 10:19 AM

Hello everyone!

My name is Ovalidem (obviously not my true name) and I stumbled upon this lovely website searching for a solution to a problem I (think) I have.
anyway, usually I just make a thread or download what I need and will usually not be seen on that particular site anymore. But this site gave me the feeling that I actually was welcome and I intend to be here for a bit longer than usual!

Anyway, is bleepingcomputer a fast forum? As in, do replies get made quickly? (I kind of am in a rush to fix my computer as I will be needing it for college really badly soon)

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#2 Sirawit


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Posted 27 November 2013 - 10:31 AM

:welcome: Welcome to BC!

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