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installing a cd rom game on windows 7


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briarakajo

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My son got a pop cap game "Plants vs. Zombies" for his birthday. I am unable to install it on my laptop. I have windows 7 and I deleted tril game of it on my pc. It keeps saying aborted after forever trying t upload. I went to do a restore, but it had been turned off somehow. I have mcafe and avg. I think there has to be a virus on pc. game wont download on pc and system restore was turned off. I used smitfraudfix on my xp computer but it says its not for windows 7. what can I use thats like smitfraudfix on windows 7 laptop?
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Hello briakajo,
Have you tried Malwarebytes from here http://download.cnet...4-10804572.html ?
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thank you i will try that> I have that on my xp computer. wasnt thinking.
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I have mcafe and avg

Having more than one anti virus software on your computer can cause various issues such as crashes, instability and slowness etc, this is caused by the programs fighting each other for control of system resources, I cannot say 100% for certain that this is what is causing the issue but it needs to be considered, some guidance available @ http://www.geekstogo...yware-software/
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