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Spootbat

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Yeah... you can pretty much ignore this topic... if you wanna see what happened go to the HighjackThis board and find out!! =)

Edited by Spootbat, 20 May 2008 - 04:33 PM.

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Welcome to Geeks 2 Go :). I had the same problem when I was downloading something off the net.. (not gonna say what xD) but anyways.. I was told that the stuff that is happening to you, (Wallpaper reset, saying all that stuff) I was told that it was just a simple fake thing to get you to buy their anti virus software. But, I don't know if that is true or not.. But, What I did was, I uninstalled whatever program I wasn't familiar with, and the programs I didn't use that much.. My suggestion is to uninstall whatever you don't recognize. And if it still says that you have spyware. My other suggestion is to either get help from somebody else besides me.. Or reset your PC to factory settings (which in my case, I can't now :))
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