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#1 Roger F. Gay

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Posted 28 September 2006 - 04:00 AM

I'm new to BleepingComputer. I found the site while searching for information on a spyware problem.

I wanted to tell people about SpyBot, which I found to be very powerful (and free). I found tips in one of the forums already -- to start your cleaning operation with SpyBot and Ad-Aware -- exactly the same stuff I'm using after serveral weeks of tips, trial and error. Good advice!

But I've been trying to respond to forum entries here and there ... wanted to start by saying "good advice" in the discussion thread where the above tip was given. Hasn't worked so far. It says I don't have permission to respond. Maybe I'll discover the mysteries of using the BleepingComputer forums as I go.

Edited by Roger F. Gay, 28 September 2006 - 04:06 AM.

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Posted 28 September 2006 - 10:25 AM

Some forums and some (pinned) topics are "closed" and cannot be responded to. This is done to prevent a long series of replies interfering with the presentation of information, or to reserve the replies as a changelog.
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