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I will help you in eradicating malware and all forms of virus/trojans/adware. I can answer all PC-related hardware issues. I can also troubleshoot Windows OS errors (all versions) and other software problems. HijackThis logs are a MUST for virus related help. If you do not know how to do this, I have posted easy-to-follow instructions on the Ask a Question page. Every computer infection is different, so I will give you personal instructions on how to remove the malware, not a 'pat' answer. You can be assured of a prompt, polite, and knowledgeable response in all regards.

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I have over 25 years experience in using, building, and repairing computers. I have helped over two thousand people here on AllExperts, with consistent Top Feedback Scores. Please look at my answers here: I am also a Top Contributor of General Computing answers in Yahoo! Questions.


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Steven10/06/15101010Thanks Brian. This is the one time .....
Steven07/09/15101010Thank you for your speedy response

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2015-10-06 Strange Notice when Searching Outlook Calendar:

Hi Steven    Unfortunately, I am at a loss regarding this as well.  But I am fairly certain that the problem is not caused by malware.  I can suggest that you post to the Microsoft Office community forum

2015-10-04 Strange Notice when Searching Outlook Calendar:

Hi Steven    It seems to be a problem with Windows indexing configuration.  Microsoft bulletin kb2769651 has information and steps to fix this:    Let

2015-08-17 cloud computing:

Hi Robin    I am not a website builder, but I believe that you can use Dropbox to host files for your site, specifically GoDaddy domain sites.  Also, according to the site I've linked to below, GoDaddy

2015-08-17 Result of HijackThis:

Hi Choo    I'll be glad to help.  First, download and run RKill from here:    Then after completion, download and run ADWCleaner from here:    http://www

2015-08-14 cloud computing:

Hi Robin    You are not wrong, but Dropbox may not be working correctly.  A file is added to or changed on your computer, which is then placed into your Dropbox folder on the desktop.  That Dropbox folder


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