The bugs on a computer are out of my range of expertise. I use to keep
up with them but soon got overwhelmed by them all. As to which bug is
what and who removes what is beyond me..Bugs me when another program
will catch something that the last one supposedly missed. I lean towards
the freebies cuz they aren't gaining any money from it. They don't find
the bug and the next one does..how do I know it is really there and not
just placed there or in the msg. saying I got it when I really don't and
for only $ you to can have it removed..or how do I know if [program 1
did not catch it just because of an outdated version or a poorly written
The only way I can tell is if the bug is bugging me, and then stops after I run a program. All sounds fishy to me!
I think I ran spycatcher once..Claimed it found kazzillion bugs but to remove them I would have to buy..Nothing said about it in the "DL"..I dumped them as fast as I could..Don't like mis-leading ads. If it had taken care of them on the spot for me I probably would have bought the program..
No, the customer was suggesting that I got the virus from visiting a porn site. Although I don't do porn, my 17 year old secretary did about a year ago. Could a virus stay on my system that long? After all the scans I run. I even run scans while connected to the Internet. I really don't think I have a virus.
Yes, the computer repair shop did NOT fix the problem with "About:blank". I ran a full AVG scan and it came in clean. I ran an Ad-Aware scan and it came in clean. I ran Spybot and it came back with CoolWebSearch and I removed it using Spybot; but it will be there again the next time I scan.
I guess I will have to purchase a program to remove CoolWebSearch properly. I've heard that SpyCatcher is a good program that will remove CoolWebSearch; has anyone any experience with SpyCatcher ?
----- Original Message ----- *From:* trapper <mailto:trapper@xxxxxxx> *To:* pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> *Sent:* Tuesday, December 21, 2004 11:00 AM *Subject:* [pcductape] Re: STOP error (moved to Freelists)
I understand now! Did he have the name for this so called virus? Was he suggesting that in order to get this bug you had to have gone to the porn site, or was he saying that it started their and you can now get it anywhere.. As it turns out he was wrong..had nothing to do with a bug. I am assuming you were given back a totally clean system with no bugs at all..
My computer is on my desk and I show my customers their website
page as I write the insurance policy or correct a policy already
issued or take a payment. I show the customer how I give them
credit for a payment right in Farmers Insurance Group website. It's what I do. The customer came in to make a payment on his
account and I had to hand write him a hand written receipt. I
showed him my sick commuter's screen and he had seen such an
error message before and that is when he said a new virus is out
and that the new virus is from a porn site. After I gave him a
piece of my mind, he probably will not be my customer any more. But that's ok. The good Lord will probably send me 2 or 3 to
replace him. :-)
Internal Virus Database is out-of-date. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.296 / Virus Database: 265.5.3 - Release Date: 12/14/2004