GuiltySpark

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  1. Do you have the 'wake on...' options selected?
  2. I always delete the history so I don't get recommendations as they usually involve stuff I have no interest in.
  3. I've never been a fan of rating systems for the very reason you mention but also because it reminds me of BadgerFace (social Networking site, I changed the name because I just can't stand it, lol Social networking, nobody knows anyone and they claim to have friends lol). A rating system won't bring people in though, do you always use the Like button on YT? Expect it to take a long time it just doesn't happen over night. For example here's a site myself and a few friends set up tgigeeks.boards.net/ I even tried to create a gimmick of sorts (which I'm still working on when I get the chance) tgigeeks.boards.net/thread/1400/new-atlemos-13-alpha but everything takes time so pace yourself, you're in for a long ride.
  4. Starting a forum can take what seems forever to get going, if you have some sort of gimmick to attract people (your own software and Tut's for such) it can help especially if that software is forwarded to others to test and advertise via reviews. The mainstay of having a decent site however is of course traffic. The more members you can get on board the better your chances, this in itself is difficult unless the content is above others. If you want a hobby then by all means give it a go and try to advertise (without spamming) as much as you can all over, internet, word of mouth, nationwide. Although there is no guarantee of gaining members, either you get lucky or you don't.
  5. Disconnect all drives except the one with the OS and try to install.
  6. Erm, I have no idea what it is or whats happenning but well done for trying
  7. No sarcasm, just surprised they would use Xvirus engine over a long term tried and trusted one. Not to mention Xvirus isn't actually an Antivirus, interesting to see if Santos builds it on C++ instead of .NET Framework he said he was looking into that and creating a portable version so time will tell.
  8. Mouse over the link and see what the link address actually consists of, these are usually a completely different address. Check the email headers to see where they spawned from.
  9. No worries thread closed.
  10. Hi bluebear, Selecting the thumbs up / down in system investigator will have no affect on the sound change. What OS are you using? Have you checked that the sound controls aren't muted?
  11. If Norton flagged a file then it is a Norton issue not SAS, you should speak to Norton.
  12. Really? Opswat is using Xvirus??? Surprising!
  13. Please let us know how you get on whether it be in a PM or in a thread as I am intrigued to what is on the system causing the issue.
  14. Well the fixlog shows that certain elements were restored and the others just were no longer found on the system, no need to run the FRST again. I honestly think that you will have to take the computer to a repair shop or tech friend to look at as it's difficult to know what's happening without seeing it. Just make sure they are a legit tech, oh and if they say FRST is malware, They are not a tech! The reason I say take it to a repair shop is because you have a serious problem with OS it may be corrupted to the point it needs repairing with an install disc or hardware may have to be checked over.
  15. Please post that Fixlog file