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Re: Some else is accesing my e-mail
First thing that you need to do now is change the password of your email then after that use some anti spyware and anti malware to make sure your computer is clean with those spyware and malware that can capture your email password you can use this softwares Malwarebytes and Superantispyware...
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Would recommend to ignore those fishing mails. This is because of the scams / viruses spreading across net.
If you still want to investigate, please raise a complaint. I don't think you will get proper response. Don't waste time and money.
Ask a smart guy, not someone on the net, to clean up your computer. Because it looks like you already have a virus on the computer. I think it would be the best to switch it off till someone really can clean up.
Please learn not to open mail from people or firms you don't know.
Really they don't have anything to tell you that could be interesting enough for you. You do trow away your paper spam without reading it to?
All password for accounts, can be retrieved, by clicking the I forgot password option on the login screen. Perhaps you need to login via the computer for that.
When you did the setup of the account the correct way, you have given the provider a return e-mail address. You receive the directions, to reset your password via that mail box.
It won't work if you just want to hack an account, because the owner will receive a mail, for the reset.
In the mail is also a message, if the owner did not ask for the reset, he / she must be aware someone tries to hack the account.
if you think someone has changed your password, immediately get a virus scanner on your computer, someone has installed (via download) a "key logger" which tracks all you keystrokes allowing the to see what your typing, this would include credit card numbers, passwords and anything else you type. As for your yahoo account, you can write to them, but in my experience, they are less than responsive to their customers needs. the easiet thing to do is to sign up with a new yahoo account with new name and etc. Its a pain I know, but this happens all the time to people. Just be carefull what you download and allow to run on your computer, these key loggers are nasty and hard to detect and get rid of. Good Luck
No anyone can send you an e-mail you can check on the origination of the e-mail by looking at the IP address and going to whois.com to see the webmaster for the mail holder.
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hi there, i to have an iomega external drive, have you tried to disconnect the cable, i.e.. the usb cord and restarting the computer and pluging in the hard drive itself back into the usb slot.....if yes i am thinking, another thing is, wha operating system are you using, if it is vista and you restarted the computer with it pluged in you must restart it without the iomega plugged into the computer, when an external drive is plugged in and the system resatrts vista recognizes it as an internal drive and tries to reboot from it....i am not sure why vista does this, it happens to me and microsoft says it's a protection thing, from hacker hardware components......so all usb things should be replugged into the computer after vista has started with just the regular things...microphones and such are ok....just things with mass storage are what need to be unplugged and replugged into the computer after reboot....hope this helps....shia
On Compaq evos, some hard-drives Are easily accesible underneath via A single-screw flap panel.
On looking at the specs of your machine, i,d suggest that it,s accesible from underneath the keyboard. this involves. removal of battery and ram. ( To avoid Static Damage )
Removal of the Power-Switch Panel. Then you can get access to the keyboard. Keyboard removal And hard drive bay will then be easily accessed. Youe other options are to purchase an external USB Hard-drive, and configure in the bios to be the first or primary boot device.