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EASY!..removal of Aurora?


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redstarr987

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Does ne 1 know an easy removal of Aurora? I am really lost when it comes to computers and every post I've read is so confusing. It seems like I would have to spend all week to get this thing off my pc. Is there something I could purchase that will just take it away without me having to go through a million steps? Even if I can detect a possibly infected file, I have no idea :tazz: what I am able to erase or not. I don't even know what the majority of the things on the pc are about. Or maybe someone could help me go through the steps. I am just so afraid of screwing the whole thing up and erasing files I need....PLEASE...help me...... ;)
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