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waynf

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I have several threads outstanding on this site and I think its time to make an all out attack on all problems.

 

This all began with my having problems with Microsoft Word not being able to save files without doing an "End Program".

 

Then several months later I lost my utilities which was eventually solved by doing  a "Repair Install".  These utilities being System Tools.. Restore Point, Alternate Users. etc.

 

Subsequent ot doing the "Repair Install" and a "scannow" I noticed some other problems which seem to be unique to downloading and installations of programs to their entirety., namely Ner0 7 Ultra, my HP PSC All-in-one, update to Internet Explorer.  My Avast anti-virus and Malwarebytes however did install properly.

 

I have been advised to check that I don't have any malware and I am prepared to start with this so direct me in that direction if you please.

 

Regards

 

waynf


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Ztruker

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Go to the Virus, Spyware, Malware Removal forum, read the first post and follow instructions.

Come back here once you get a clean bill of health if you still have problems.


 


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