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Why having these problems with a virus scanner, if you also can install microsoft security for free. You never need to install anything and Microsoft keeps everything up to date.
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This is your browser warning you that if you continue you may not be on the site you think you are. This warning comes when your browser checks a certificate from the site to validate its identity. If he certificate is invalid or has anything wrong with it you get the warning. If you are storing an old certificate and the site has changed to a new valid certificate you will get this warning. for Internet Explorer, open your browser 'Internet Options' select the 'Content' tab, select 'Clear SSL state' button. Close the browser, open again and attempt to view the page. This will pull the current certificate from the site and validate it. If you continue to receive the warning, I would recommend not visit the site as you cannot validate it not being a spoofed site.
recent worldwide changes in radar technology means that detector technology is not always capable at detecting these mobile cameras, The only way to keep up to date with the newer technology is to constantly keep updating your radar detector. The only issue is they only have to make small changes to the cameras and the new technology won't work.
If you have already closed the invoices and cannot void them, then you need someone to adjust their date in the database. If you can void them, then change the date of the computer to the date you want on invoice and reenter invoice. This can't be done if it was a credit card sale however. Don't forget to change back the system date. The first solution involves several tables in database and should only be attempted by someone familiar with SQL and RPE database. I could help. [email protected] Please return and give me a favorable rating if this helps or is of value to you. Feel free to email me with more details if need be.
what antivirus do you use? commonly, u can find it at your software.
open your antivirus and find the 'update' tab. there will be warning if your antivirus is out of date. most antivirus give update information at 'update' tab (commonly are date release of update database)
try starting your computer in safe mode and see if you can do anything productive there, like scanning for viruses or spyware. also check if you can do the following:
CTRL+ALT+DEL (open task manager)
goto Start>Run>Regedit (open registry editor)
goto Start>Control Panel>Display>Properties (change display settings)
right click on clock at tray and change the current time to correct settings
if you cannot do any of these activities, then your computer may probably been compromised by a virus or malware.