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#1 Math.


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Posted 15 October 2014 - 01:05 PM

Hello! I was just hoping somebody could give me some help with this... I'm 80% sure I'm not infected so I don't want to bother the folks over there. There has been several different issues with my computer. I've been having a lot of issues with regular programs crashing, even though the CPU and Memory aren't running above 40%-ish. I also have issue with squares displaying next to the names of programs on the Volume Mixer. I already checked the language settings and they were standard.


Also, when I try to do a class on GoToMeeting, it says I don't have any sound being inputted, even though my speakers are working fine. I know I should probably take this up with GoToMeeting themselves but I was wondering if somebody else could help.


My battery dies in less then 45 minutes when it used to run for 3 hours +. I'm assuming that the battery is bad so I would like some assistance in confirming that.


Lastly, I previously worked with Avast! forums to get rid of an annoying infection, and I had this issue where certain specialized security programs like FRST, FSS, and benchmarking tools wouldn't run, and would pop up with a networking error right before they finish downloading. If I went to the links themselves it would say it was blocked by a legitimate firewall. Confusing, that firewall is not set up on our server. This happened with downloads coming from BC's official website. After resetting the TCP/IP stack the problem sorted itself out but it has since returned.


Thanks to anybody who can help.

Edited by Math., 15 October 2014 - 01:05 PM.

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