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On behalf of all of us on the Geeks to Go Team, we would like to say :D

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Bump to bring to order.
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Hi, have just joined to try to get rid of trojan opachki.ru which my nod32 has let through.... am using son's laptop so i need to download your OTL and put on my memory stick and put into my computer. have read your 3 minute guide, and clicked the green download button. I have the OTL icon on my son's taskbar but have no idea how to save it to son's desktop, so please advise! (from there I take it I can just copy it easily onto the memory stick...)
by the way, the email is his and operating info is mine as it's my computer i have problem with but it will not connect to send emails!
many thanks in advance
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I am sorted. I contacted the maker of nod32 virus checker and they did it free. Turns out if was a false positive. And my ISP confirmed that they had a problem, hence my not being able to connect at that time. I had added 2 + 2 and made 5, by thinking that not being able to connect was a result of a virus.
So I do not need to proceed with your help, thanks. But if someone can make it clear on this website why the OTL “save or run” option window did not come up when I tried to download OTL, and how to proceed without it, that might be helpful for anyone else who has this happen to them.

All the best,
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That is a question you should ask Render your malware tech. He is better certified to answer any question that have to do with any malware tools. We cannot give any malware support outside of the malware forum.
Before your malware topic is closed I would ask him and he may even be able to get the software author to come in and talk to you also.
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Following ANDY 9046 post about how to get my laptop vista to operate my HP printer wirelessly , in following the steps he posted im at the point where I need the EXACT NETWORKPATH and SHARE NAME of my printer, QUESTION is how do i find that info??

Edited by Bob 919, 13 December 2011 - 09:49 AM.

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Bob 919,

This thread is not to be used to ask for help. If you need help with a printer, then please start a new topic in this forum, and someone will be able to help you there.
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Hello I have been a member since 2006. Today I logged in and the site is not letting me create a topic. Any ideas anyone?

Update: After posting this question it shows me as a new member. Odd, I have had this account since 2006. After it didn't let me create a topic I tried logging in with Facebook but I am still unable to create a topic. I haven't logged in for some time but the site did let me log in it just won't let me create a topic.

Edited by Lorenzo Baltazar Perez, 16 December 2011 - 09:40 PM.

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You are shown as a new member because you only have three posts - member title is based on number of posts, not how long you've been a member. Where are you trying to start a new topic? What part of the forum?
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I was able to post, thanks for the reply.
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