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woodman

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Hi gang,

Please excuse my ignorance. I'm not a software or computer expert by any means. I recently had problems. Found Adaware and it fixed me up. Has been using Spybot only. Also tried HiJack and liked it although I did not see a way to permanently save it to my machine. I right-clicked on everything in sight but saw no provision for saving it to a file or creating a shortcut to a desktop icon ect... I finally closed it and so it disappeared....don't see it anywhere in my PROGRAMS, Accessories ect...

I use Win 2000 Pro. If I need to download it again....what do I do to save it? When and how? Thanks mucho! Woody
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Thinking back I guess I know what to do or try. When first doing the download, you get a dialog box to select a choice for proceding. I picked OPEN. I remember that SAVE was one of the choices. I guess you have to SAVE it first to be able to retain it on your machine.... then run it later.
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Please follow the instructions here:
http://home.planet.n...xplanation.html

Regards,

Pieter
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