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Hi Earl Assuming the D-Link rep walked you through installing the latest firmware and checking your settings, I'm afraid there is not much you can do. That particular router was built on the N300 platform
Hi Donna Of course I will do my best to help you here. First, download the program RKill from here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/rkill/dl/10/ After downloading the file, double click
Hi Sallie While some antivirus programs can detect ransomware, they don't always stop it from infecting due to the nature of how it gets on the computer in the first place. The program CryptoPrevent
Hi Sallie Unfortunately, you are infected with CryptoWall 3.0, a form of Ransomware. Unless you have made a backup of your files, there is no way to reverse the encryption performed by CryptoWall 3
Hi David Let's deal with the error first. Try uninstalling Verizon's In Home Agent from your Control Panel. What most likely happened was that program replaced the Windows file msvcrt.dll with it's
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