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Put In A Bad Position By An Amateur Student.

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#1 bleepthis


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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:36 AM

Please follow this link to MY post at another website where someone was helping me with a hijackthis log and had me do some deletes that got my keyboard not working. I know alot of you guys are not pros but this guy says he's a student and can't help me till he gets out of school late at night. But i don't have the time to wait already going on almost 2 weeks at this and i need help getting my laptop back. Please anyone who knows what they are doing give me some assistance? You can read the post and see where i am stuck and maybe how to get everything running again. Here's the Link.......

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#2 jamielaw


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Posted 23 November 2006 - 02:55 AM

I know this so-called "student" from various boards as do several other people on here. This person has their posts checked by an Expert prior to posting so rest assured you are getting very good help. But if you continue to have this attitude when someone is helping you, you will receieve no help at all. Remember this - the help you receieve is free - we are not just here to help you either.
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