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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: installed spysweeper and i keep
you can use the other programs and they are free to download.. here is the site: http://www.download.com/
i would try to install one of these programs, then run a full sweep to see if any of the spyware that is already on your pc will be removed.. this could be why you are having problems installing spysweeper.. i figured since you probably paid for it you would like to use it versus the free downloads.. adaware is my suggestion between the two.. once you sweep your pc, shut it down and start it up again.. then retry spysweeper.. hope this helps..
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
SOURCE: Problem signature: Problem Event
Try running a program called Malware bytes Anti-Malware (google this exact phrase and download and run it). If it does not fix your problem try doing a system restore. If that does not work then try reinstalling windows.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
SOURCE: what is wrong with my
you're experiencing a hardware crash caused by insufficient cooling perhaps.
C:\Windows\Minidump are always hardware problems in absence of very specific reasons to think otherwise. check your memory module(s) -- they may be the cause, especially if you're overclocking the CPU -- that's a bad idea if you are . If the machine is insufficiently cooled, that could cause problems under load - such as when you're playing graphically intensive games.
are you running on AMD CPU ? -- if so , it could have insufficient cooling (ie: heatsink and fan , try applying thermal grease on heatsink.
go to this link and review some of the blog information -- i think you have a CPU and/or memory module issue.
i hope this helps you
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
SOURCE: This is my problem can
Severe corruption on Windows: the kernel (the core file) is gone.
There is nothing left to do but reinstall. Beware this can be caused by either a failure of the hard disk - in that case the problem will return very quickly and you will have to replace it - or by a virus - use another, better antivirus.
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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