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[SIZE=1] After browsing online the other day, my computer has the famous fake "Blue Screen of Death" with the Trojan-Spy.html.SmitFraud.c msg. i need to know what to do and how to attempt to purge it out of my system. i was tipped of to the fact that this is a fake msg when I noticed the first * has ...Please check in you security settings. Not YOUR, but YOU. any and all help would be appreciative. This is so FRUSTRATING and i not as prolific as I used to be with computers. i am new to the Geek pages and have found numberous problems similar to mine...now just how to fix them. Thanx.
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