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bpballer

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When I first got my laptop it was he best laptop ever. It would run smoothly and very fast. Then i think i got a virus or something and i cant play any games!!!!!! It is very bad does anyone have an idea?

Edited by bpballer, 18 September 2013 - 05:35 PM.

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Slow speed does not always mean a virus is there,is games the only thing giving you a problem besides,speed?.Try posting in the security forum for virus maleware removal they can help if you feel there is a virus.Give your systems specs too.

Edited by CompCav, 18 September 2013 - 05:52 PM.

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Hi,

Because you might have a virus probem you should start a new thread on the Malware Removal section of the forum to get help from a specialist on Malware removal.

Before you post please follow the Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide starting from step 2.
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Hello,
First to clear all history then delete all temp files...
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Hello,
First to clear all history then delete all temp files...


since bpballer thinks he/she has got a virus, please do not offer any advise until he/she is cleared by the malware team.

thanks :thumbsup:
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