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Having a few issues with my laptop on windows 7


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Fatie32

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Okay im just gonna link to the other post i made in spyware removal because my first thought was malware but maybe not let me know what you think.
http://www.geekstogo...-windows-error/
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Please wait until your malware thread closes before continuing here.

Also, you should not have replied to your thread there as the malware folk usually look for threads with 0 replies to work on first.

You might want to edit see if you can edit your posts there and put the data from the 2nd post into the first one then delete the 2nd one. May not be necessary, just a suggestion.
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Well by the lack of response from the malware team im guessing nothing is infected
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No one has looked at it yet. As I said, they usually respond to threads that have 0 replies, yours has one, your own. Can you delete the reply? I see you edited it to merge the info into the 1st post but the reply is still there and still shows on the malware forum page.
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