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  1. Frequently we here at SUPERAntiSpyware HQ still encounter users who use Windows XP and Windows Vista and we have one thing to say, its time to move on. Yes it may have served you well and change is hard but it is for the better. Windows XP extended support ended on April 8, 2014 and Windows Vista extended support ended on April 11, 2017. These operating systems are now declared end of life and unsupported by Microsoft and no longer receive regular updates. As Microsoft has stated on their website: On top of Microsoft no longer supporting Windows Vista and XP, many software vendors no longer support these operating system either. The current versions of the popular web browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox no longer support these operating systems forcing many users to use outdated versions or extremely old versions of Internet Explorer which is rife with security flaws. Not good! We recommend all users of these unsupported operating systems update to at least Windows 7, if not 8.1 and 10. This will ensure your data is more secure and less likely to be stolen or destroyed by hackers or malware infections.
  2. After running SAS and it finding several trojans, I no longer have internet or network connections. All hardware connections are good as I have another system and it;s fine. WIN XP PRO (ser pack 3) The following error occurs also in safe mode SVCHOST.EXE Application error. The exception unknown software exception (000000 000) occurred in the application........ Cancel or OK I tried the the "Repair broken Network connection" without results I'm sure this topic has been covered but I had no luck in finding any conversations. thanks very much, Larny
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