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#1 HelpingT

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 06:00 AM

Hi all, just wanted to say hi, as recommneded when signing up, but realise im really affected by whats been happening to my laptop/s ( including a brand new one ) in the past 10 weeks or so. I am now ' PC paranoid ' !!!

 

After stayimg up ALL night last night ( taking advantage of husband at works christmas do ), :killcomp:     and recharging myself in 'defender mode' :warrior: i realised i needed to come look for help.

 

I am gratefull for your support and encouragement to 'let it all go'.. and be helped in my BATTLE  against 'the people' watching hacking, taking the p**s on my laptop, network etc.I work from home and in web based industry ( embarrased now )

 

My husband also misses me and is somewhat bored by now I expect. I have plenty of coffee and 60 cigarettes to get me through the next few days!

 

So....Hello from me - please help me, Im getting somewhat silently hysterical, in a wierd way now and I have a works Christmas do soon, that I want to be able to go to, without people 'moving away from me' because Im still doing PC paranoia talk.

 

I will remain calm and hope to get help and do EVERYTHING you nice people say

 

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 04:45 PM

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 06:45 PM

Thankyou :-)



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