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Well, ASUS will be the only ones that can assist you with warranty repair location there. If you were Active Military I would tell you to go to your IT section with a 6 pack and someone there could fix it. If you have your system restore disk or partition intact you could try a system restore to factory defaults to correct the problem. I see you went with AVG protection, a good idea in that area but if you come across Thunder Byte you may consider using that. It is a much better Anti Virus program although not free. This is the website link to their support contact information:
Hopefully they will be able to assist you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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