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I had to reboot my gateway 510 and in the process i lost sound.

Had to reboot because of spyware when i got my system back up my sound was gone. any information at this point would be greatly appreciated.thank you

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It maybe that you need to redownload your sound drivers to make the sound work again.

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Hi, my laptop gives the continous message of "Relevant Knowledge" has stopped working" How do i resolve this?


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    Select Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs. For Vista users, select Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program (it's in small print under Programs). Search for Relevant Knowledge in the list.

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    Single-click on RelevantKnowledge, and click Uninstall up near the top. It will take you through the process, thus ridding you of your spyware.

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    Next, open your Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete once. This will either open your Task Manager, or give you the option to open Task Manager. Make sure Relevant Knowledge is not on the list - if it is, End Process.

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I have the 2009 antivirus virus which causes problems connecting to the internet


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http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

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    • HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindows
      CurrentVersionRun "75319611769193918898704537500611"
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Regarding system idle process, this indicates that your CPU has nothing else to do...
" The System Idle Process Processors never rest. Once powered up, they must always be executing some thread of instructions. When not executing the thread of an active user or system process, they execute a thread of a process called System Idle Process. The System Idle Process has one thread per processor. It has such a low base priority that it runs only when nothing else is scheduled to run. This process does nothing but occupy the processors until a real thread is ready to use them. On a quiet machine, when you would expect processor use to be very low, the System Idle Process will be using most of the processor time."
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