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HI Marked Thanks again; but i got this msg after I started the program. it needs to purchase the version. this is the image http://www.7ammil.com/data/visitors/2008/11/02/storm_1375789918465473480_2.bmp if you can give me any crack can help it.

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Body { background: #FFFFFF; margin: 0px; padding: 4px; font-family: arial, verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 10pt; } p { margin:0px; padding:0px; } .spwrap { background: transparent url(../wysiwyg_rte/misspell.gif) repeat-x scroll center bottom; } That program that you have screen shot is not malwarebytes, there's really something inside that computer that is creating this problem.. try to disconnect the computer and redownload malwarebytes then install it again and after installing it disconnect the computer from the internet...

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Microsoft has stopped working, how do i solve that problem??


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Welcome to Fixya. You can try to run a compatibility on the software and see if this will run on your computer. Install the program then on the icon on your desktop can you please Right Click on the icon then click on Properties. Click on the Compatibility Tab, Put a check on run this on compatibility then select Windows Xp Sp2 and see if this will fix the issue. If this wont work it only means that Windows 7 is not supporting the software.
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If the system has been set up correctly, ISO files should start the burner program for you when you double-click on one. Then you just need to have a disc in the burner and off it goes. Otherwise, you need to start the burning program manually and select the "burn an image" option. Specify the ISO file when you are asked for the image to burn. Do burn an ISO file to a disc using the "create a data disc" option. People often do this and then wonder why the result isn't correct.

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What is photoshop


Adobe Photoshop™ (or Photoshop) is a graphics editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems. It is the industry leading program for bitmap and image manipulation software.


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I keep getting msg.''Aolsoftware.Exe-Bad Image


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.pdf files in adobe reader 8.0


Hi Jim,

While I can't tell you why adobe 8 wants to save files before reading or printing, I can suggest that you try again to go to:

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pick adobe 8 and uninstall it

If you still have the older version installed try to see if it works now. You may need to restart pc to get it working.
If not then uninstall all versions or READER you may have.
Restart computer.

Now go to ADOBE.COM and install VERSION 9, the latest, and try it out. Its best to go directly to the site from your browser rather than follow links of dubious origins.

If it STILL won't work right for you, then try the following.
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Good luck Jim, and I beg you please don't vote for me unless I was able to FIXYA!
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Hi Marked; I got the right link. I was a wrong. I installed anther tool. sorry for misunderstanding. Thanks again.


NO problem about that, so go ahead and continue using that and make sure you do a full scan on your computer,,

Contact me back for further help if you still need help.........

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Hi Marked; Pleas I'm sorry about the last msg.i didn't mean to say sorry. but i meant i know the difference. but i want to ask if you have any link that i can donwload malwarebytes from. sorry again...


That's ok with me I understand you, yes you can download malwarebytes from this link and select download no need to buy it, this one good antimalware software that i'm using , click this link

Nov 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Thanks Mark


So the error message worn go away? did you try opening up task manager and check what is the operation that is causing the error and try to end the task using task manager...

Nov 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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HI Marked


That's ok , can you please provide me exactly when and where do you see this error, can you still boot your computer or you receive this error afetr booting up?

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