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Help my grandchildren got onto the computer and the deleted a bunch of files i cant get online i cant really do nothing with it it has McAfee on and A360 i need to get off there

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    Tim Nelson May 11, 2010

    are you losing connection? not connecting? are you using windows? ill need more detailed info on your issue. then i can walk you through fixing it

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You can install tuneup utility 2008 and you can get your data by this steps

  1. Open tuneup utility 2008 software
  2. Go on slove problems
  3. Click on tuneup undeleted
  4. Select Drives
  5. Next
  6. Next
  7. Select your data and click on restore
  8. Next and finish

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