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Antivirus download option
Please follow these steps to download antivirus.
1. Go to http://www.brothersoft.com/
2. Type antivirus name and version in search column.
3. It will show several links where you can download the antivirus.
on Oct 08, 2016
I have the product key for tune up the computer. were do I go?
If related to Norton Live Services, such service expires 30 days after purchase. Norton System Works 2009 is a discontinued product, for example. Both Norton and McAfee offer this kind of remote tune up for fees currently. You pay for the service or try freeware (after backing up your systems and creating restore points). Utility suites tend to tamper with the registry, a practice eventually regretted. Forewarned, you can check Slimcleaner, or WinOptimizer, or the commercial System Mechanic. You would be wasting your time to try to squeeze a free tuneup for a 2009 bonus product from Norton.
on Feb 07, 2015
Why would presure be building in the fuel tank
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It could be an Evap System problem,
the pressure issue- that is, doubt it would
shut off,that may be another problem
I wouldn't use it & get stuck somewhere
Why the fuel tank pressure question?
Were can not even guess anymore for lack of info
Look at scan tool data & then diagnose any codes
& component test, to find a problem
That basically is the response to 80% of all these questions
on Nov 25, 2014
Please could Not Renew My Product Number CKYMP47GXP8R Regards M R Haken
If you are referring to some Mobotix service, perhaps their support can help but I doubt it. Cleaners/optimizers such as Ashampoo's Win Optimizer 11 can obviously affect all sorts of settings and I don't think it has an option to return the computer to its state before that scan was done. That usually leaves a user with one of three options: 1) try a system restore that has a point prior to the date you did the "optimization." 2) try a re-installation of the software involved in "Publishing." or 3) sign up under another user name for whatever service you are using and see if this permits you to do what you wish. ...of course, if only Windows software is involved, you might get lucky with a search for a "Fixit" associated with the problem. Microsoft has these tiny downloaded "fixes" that very nicely fix peculiar problems. They are called "Fixits."
The lesson is that before you use any comprehensive cleaning tool, ALWAYS make a restore point so you can recover if things go awry. It is always a roll of the dice when you use cleaners. Even the trusty CCleaner should be used with a bit of discretion. Note that Spyblaster allows you to make a copy of the registry prior to each time you apply its updated defintions. Things like registry cleaners and optimizers eventually bite you.
on Nov 19, 2014
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