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Is it safe to install google chrome update 1.exe


If you got anything from getsoftfree.com, you may have a virus, malware, adware, a browser hijacker, or pups (potentially unwanted programs).



A. If your computer will boot and you can operate it ok...

Download and install Malwarebytes and Superantispyware (Note: If you can\'t do the download on your machine, do it on a friend\'s, put them on a thumb drive, and install them from it). Then scan your computer with each program, and quarantine anything found.



B. If your computer won\'t boot, or can\'t operate properly after boot...

Tap F8 when you are booting, select "Safe Mode With Networking". Download and install Malwarebytes and Superantispyware (Note: If you can\'t do the download on your machine, do it on a friend\'s, put them on a thumb drive, and install them from it). Then scan your computer with each program, and quarantine anything found.



C. If this process finds malware, to keep stuff like that from coming back, I recommend you get the paid version of Malwarebytes.


Good luck

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<span> How to Change the Default Open With Program in Windows 7.<br /> <br /> 1. Right click on a file with the same file extention you want to change the default launching program for and then select Properties.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_12.png" /> <br /><span> 2. Next click on the change button.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_13.png" /> <br /><span> 3. Next you will want to click on the program you want to open the file. Note if there is more than one program installed that Windows knows supports the program the name will show up in this list.<br /> <br /> Note if there is more than one supported program and/or you are trying to find a program that will open a certain format I would recomment that you ucheck the "Always use the selected program..." until you are certain because this will tell Windows to now use that program to open that format.<br /> <br /> </span><img src="issken_14.png" /> <br /><span> Also note some times the program that you want to use is not on this list. If it is not you will need to click on the Browse button and file the EXE file to the program that you what to use. After you find the Executable file for the program it will show up on the list.<br /> <br /> 4. After you have selected the program that you want to open the file with then click on the OK button.<br /> <br /> 5. At this point the properties should show the program you selected in the Opens with section. Next click on the the Apply and the OK buttons to save the changes. You are now ready to open your file.<br /> <br /></span><img src="issken_15.png" />

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This article describes the Quick Fix utility (Qfixapp.exe) that is included with the Application Compatibility Toolkit for Windows XP and Windows .NET. Qfixapp.exe is a tool that includes pre-packaged fixes that provide an easy way to fix a program.

Use Qfixapp.exe To Apply Program Fixes

You can use Qfixapp.exe to quickly apply various program fixes (AppFixes, also known as "shims") to a program to determine their effectiveness. Qfixapp.exe reads the %SystemRoot%\windows\apppatch\sysmain.sdb database to produce a list of available fixes. When you select an AppFix, you can start the program executable (.exe) file, and the AppFix will be applied. If a suitable AppFix is found, the tool eventually helps you to generate and test matching file information. When you run Qfixapp.exe, you see the following items:
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  • The Layer tab with the Choose one of the existing layers to apply to your app box that contains the following entries:

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    Win2000
    Win95
    Win98

  • The Fixes tab. On this tab you can select the individual fixes that you want to apply.
Example of How to Use Qfixapp.exe 1. Start Notepad, and then click About Notepad on the Help menu. Note that the version is 5.1.

2. Start Qfixapp.exe, click Win95, click Browse, and then open the Windows folder. Note that the Windows\System32 folder is protected by Windows File Protection, so it is not able to use the layers.

3. Click Notepad.exe, click Open, and then click Run.

4. Start Notepad, and then click About Notepad on the Help menu. Note that the version is now 4.0.

If you click ViewLog, you could see what AppFix(es) are being used. If you click Advanced, you could see information about the .exe file. You can click Add Matching Info, and then select files that are related to the .exe file to identify that particular program. After you finish that step, you could click Create Fix Support to add the layers with the Matching Information (GRABMI) and create an XML-based database that is named YourAppName.sdb. Note that in the preceding example it is named Notepad.sdb, and is in the AppPatch folder.

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Rundll32.exe errors typically occur in response to the inability of Windows to access an application, program or file as the result of a corrupted or missing DLL (Dynamic Link Library) file or in response to a rundll32.exe virus that has been designed to look like a normal Windows process.

Here are the easiest ways to fix rundll32.exe errors.
Click "Ctrl + Alt + Delete" on your computer's keyboard to open the Task Manager window.

Click the "Processes" tab and search for a rundll32.exe program.
If one is running and appears to be accessing a lot of your system's resources, click "End Process" as it is likely a malicious program and not a true Windows program.


Run software to seek out, detain and remove viruses, malware, spyware and adware. Often these malicious programs corrupt DLL files or cause them to be deleted or moved and, as mentioned, some rundll32.exe programs may in fact be viruses on your system.

Reboot your computer to update any changes you may have made recently to your files and programs.
Many programs and applications require a reboot for successful installation.

Uninstall a recently installed or changed program or application and then reinstall it using the default settings.

An installed program may not have loaded properly, an installation via the Internet may have been interrupted enough to create errors or the program may have a bug.

If you uninstalled a program and see a rundll32.exe error, reinstall the program and then uninstall once more.

Retain the services of a Microsoft certified technician, if all else fails, to review and fix your system's Registry.

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Hi, Try this step to boot past your PC, first decrease your start-up programs. 1. Click start 2. Click Run( in run type this msconfig and press enter keys). 3. See screen shot picture below. jimmyverdade_73.jpg 4. Check(enable) and uncheck(disable) (note: only check your antivirus, yahoo messenger and other programs that you need to start-up) other unknown programs please uncheck. 5. Also try this Ccleaner programs if you like just click this safe website link http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner to get click green arrow(download latest version). if finish downloading, double click ccsetup308.exe and then follow software step by step software installation.(note: Ccleaner working for cleaning tools for removing temporary files that harmful to your operating system.
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ONE WAY USE WINDOWS DISK TO RESTORE ALL SYSTEM FILES.

OR TRY USING THESE STEPS:-

1. Restart your computer. Once the ThinkPoint window comes press Ctrl+Alt+Delete or Ctrl+Shift+Escape. You should now see the Windows Task Manager screen as shown in the image below or a screen where you can select the Task Manager to be run.

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Click on the Processes tab. Then click and highlight hotfix.exe and click End Task. If it asks you "Are you sure you want to terminate the process?" click yes (or press Enter). This will close the ThinkPoint program.

2. While in Windows Task Manager, click the File -> "New Task (Run...)" from the menu on the bottom right. Type in explorer.exe and click OK. Your desktop and icons should start up as normal.

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NOTE: if you got an error message "Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access them", then please run this command first:

cacls "C:\Windows\explorer.exe" /G Everyone:F

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A new windows will come up asking "Are you sure?" Type Y and press enter.

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Now run explorer.exe again.

3. Download the following file to your Desktop: windows-shell.reg. Double-click to run it. Click "Yes" when it asks if you want to add the information to the registry. This file will fix the Windows Shell entry. This step is important because if you won't fix this entry, then your Windows Desktop will not be displayed the next time you reboot. Once the new registry value has been added, you can delete the file from your computer.



AFTER ALL, USE A GOOD ANTIVIRUS AND TRY TO CLEAN YOUR SYSTEM WITH IT.

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follow these steps and you will be so glad you did.
1. Press the Windows Key and the Pause/Break Key to get into system properties. Go to the system restore tab and disable system restore on all your drives.
2. Go to Download.com and install Malwarebytes Anti-malware....just to quick scan and be prepared to gape at the complete failure of symantec...
3. Once all that is cleared from your system go to download.com and install Advanced System Care Free. Run that and get rid of all the buildup. This should clean you up really nicely.
4. Abandon ship on symantec...save yourself the money and either go free with Avast which I've had amazing success with...despite my huge distrust of antivirus in general..(I tend to just save myself the headaches and CPU power)

Best of luck with that and remember that temp files are ultimately normal and should delete upon restarts...normally...oh..and after all this you can re-enable your system restore.

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1- click on start
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4- dobbol click on Regional and Language Options and select English (united kingdom) rather than USA, in customise and (united kingdom) in location.In Advanced, select English(united kingdom) in Language for non-Unicode programs and then click on ok or apply, some time it asked for windows cd like windows XP pro or home addition, depends on the system is installed. thanks

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I see these every day, note: also fixes AV 2008 and many others.

This Malware is known as "Rogue anti-virus" software.

This program will remove it: http://www.majorgeeks.com/downloadget.php?id=5360&file=10&evp=2e0d43eb67e1e71c0b31e62c003599c0
the website that has it also has a really good antispyware program called malwarebytes

www.malwarebytes.org

once you run a full scan in this program run this program:
http://www.superantispyware.com/downloadfile.html?productid=SUPERANTISPYWAREFREE
it's another free antispyware. these are both professional grade removal software for free. I remove this stuff about 3 times a day. It seems this outbreak is the largest I've ever seen.

If you want a good protection suite that will keep it out buy a copy of NOD32 (www.nod32-av.com) another you may not have heard of, it will block this and many others before it even gets on your computer.

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