I'm glad you know how to clean them, but you obviously don't know shit about how they get there in the first place.
Let's go on a livin' spree!
Right, 'cause the fact that my methods keep my clients from ever getting reinfected certainly isn't proof that I know what the fuck I'm doing. Look, dude, it's real cute that you read statistics in magazines about what percentage of worldwide spyware gets in through what, but I'm not really concerned with 98 percent of the world's spyware. I'm concerned with the 2 percent that actually fucks with people's lives. You can have a machine that hasn't been updated since 2006, if you run CCleaner and Malwarebytes regularly you're safe. That's just the reality.
ha, whatever makes you feel better dude. i'll take facts over your stories any day.
Let's go on a livin' spree!
I have a 720gb external hard drive. I've had a couple issues in the past, but they went away.
Recently, when I plug the external hard drive into my computer, it turns on, and starts beeping.
Whenever it's plugged into my PS3, it runs perfectly fine and will play any video file and music file I already had on the drive. Any ideas of how to make it work again on my computer? I have movies and such on there that I would like to save back on my computer.
You have a curse. You need to find a witch and send her to thew bottom of your nearest lake, weighed down by 9 stones of identical weight. After 7 days fish her out and bury her in a field under a tree. When she comes back to life after 45 days, and IF the tree's 1st cycle life enchantment has occurred by then, then the curse will be lifted.
Are other devices working fine in those two usb ports? If so, it's probably an issue with your drive and not the computer.
The trackpad on my Macbook Pro just stopped working. Or rather, the arrow will move around the screen when I move my finger, but I can't get it to click on anything.
It's surprisingly impossible to navigate pretty much any single anything when you can't mouse click. Fuuuuuck.
Odds are you're fucked, but first try a PRAM reset.
Resetting PRAM and NVRAM
Shut down the computer.
Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command (Apple), Option, P, and R. You will need to hold these keys down simultaneously in step 4.
Turn on the computer.
Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys. You must press this key combination before the gray screen appears.
Hold the keys down until the computer restarts and you hear the startup sound for the second time. The machine will then reboot again, once you hear it chime a third time release the keys.
Our IT people have overloaded all of our power outlets in the server room with one stupid device after another. I am getting it fixed in a week or so, but until then I keep having to unplug and plug different things in depending on what we need at the time. Is it safe to plug one power strip into another just for additional power supply just until I can hire another IT company and get this shit fixed?
I don't think you're qualified for your job.
I just need one additional power supply, so I don't have to unplug the wireless router and kick everyone off the network whenever we need to create a gate badge for someone. Oh well, I just need to hire a new company.
I've moved recently, have a new internet provider, new router, now I can't upload because my mac doesn't have the router's full info. Can anyone tell me how i connect my macbook to the router wirelessly? I know i go to system preferences but after that i'm lost
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Last week, a $500 charge showed up on my credit card activity for Virgin America. Today, separate charges for $500 and $900 showed up for Southwest and JetBlue. My CC fraud department is handling, and normally I’d just dismiss and move on, but I’m a bit concerned because those are the last three airlines that I have booked travel with. In fact, I currently have pending travel on all three of those carriers that I booked and paid for months ago.
I just logged on to all three airline sites and I still see my existing itineraries and no others. I changed my password for good measure. Is there any way I could have been hacked in some complex way? Are there ways to use a CC on file with those airlines based on my logon information? Any chance this is a cookie issue? Or is this just a complete coincidence?
Get a new credit card.
http://192.168.1.1/ is the address for Linksys routers) in your internet browser, and most of the time the login info is leaving the Username blank and the Password is "admin."
You sure it's a wireless router? My provider (Time Warner) provides a wired router, and I use my own wireless router attached to it.
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