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aledopcworks

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About aledopcworks

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  • Birthday 07/10/1968

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  1. Or use the Alternate start if you have it...thats worked for me
  2. Ok, so I dont know if I am the only one but after SAS removes the malware I am experiencing a total hose of the internet connection. I have done everything from fushing dns to uninstalling ipv4 (yes it can be done) to winsock resets to you name it and nothing works. I have had to reload the OS on 6 systems now after a successful clean up. This to me defeats the purpose entirely yet I am unable to figure it out. So the drivers are installed and shows that it is connected but limited no internet. ipconfig /all shows no adapters? tried all of the netsh cmd entries and they are succesful but dont change anything. A registry check of the parameters for tcip dont show anything unusual although admittedly I am not 100% on what is exactly suppose to be there but did copy it from a working system of the same model and OS. So I am stumped as it were! Any ideas?...Thanks in advance!
  3. Ok, so I have run into this before to some degree. There are 2 things that i have found that are going on these days! 1)The rogue malware I hosing the executables, you can fix this by downloading a exefix tool just do a search. 2) the rogue malware is "Hiding" files. If you open a screen and click tools>folder options, under the fiews tab click "show hidden files" you can see whats hidden. both of these things have happened on systems I have worked on and have made programs not work or disappear. Unfortunately I have also had a system that SAS has found tons of registry errors and when fixed inevitably needed to reload OS. Hope this helps a bit
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