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And, because it was not a "virus", my virus protection software was being bypassed. i told him to call me back in a few minutes....he didnt call back. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135/en-us By the way, I see you're not alone here, could this be related to your wireless setup? >> http://messageboards.aol.com/aol/en...Id=3859&func=6&channel=Community+Member+Forum -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Probably won't tell what you don't already know, if it's A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. http://magicnewspaper.com/blue-screen/windows-blue-screen-and-restart-after-light-blue-welcome-screen.html

Bob M. | January 17, 2014 | reply I received the same call from these poeple today.I couldn't make out what he was saying, the person had a very HEAVY accent...# Optional: Run the rootkit scanner. Zero tolerance is the only policy. –XTL Mar 7 '12 at 12:59 add a comment| up vote 22 down vote Ransomware A newer, particularly horrible form of malware is ransomware. The advice given is invaluable for this scenario, and is explained in easy to understand english. my site

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. They have called me numerous times…i let them go on and on and then ask them if they are really getting paid to scam people….. Again, Windows' builtin tool, MSconfig, is a partial solution, but Sysinternals AutoRuns is the tool to use.

Still calling. The person said he was from Smart Tech, wiht Windows, and he was very aggressive and pushy, and kept asking me for a number over and over. The file will not be moved unless listed separately.) ==================== One Month Created files and folders ======== (If an entry is included in the fixlist, the file/folder will be moved.) 2016-01-24 It makes it worse.  It is like being tied up, the more you struggle….the tighter the knot becomes.

Also the details will be available on the help pages of your ISP's web site. BSOD-bad pool header with AOL This is a discussion on BSOD-bad pool header with AOL within the BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. A perfect reference for anyone who goes online.""--Victoria Recano, ""Inside Edition""""Everything you ever wanted to know about the Internet and really ought to ask. These days the default firewall in Windows is actually good enough.

Finally had to push the power button. He was with Windows Technical support. Don't use your ... | March 4, 2014 | reply I also received two calls from someone claiming to be from microsoft. michael26 | August 17, 2014 | reply hi, i feel for this scam and ended up letting them take control of my computer pointing out all the wrong things then finally

Dvorak has. The latter number rings and no introductory welcome and is silent... MI girl | January 7, 2014 | reply I have been getting calls from 855-302-8650 repeatedly for weeks now and I've been ignoring them...then all of a sudden I started getting Change passwords at any web site you accessed from the compromised computer.

Also received several similar calls about my recent surgery or illness. http://magicnewspaper.com/blue-screen/black-screen-blue-screen-problem-much-like-previous-poster.html I refused and hung up on them. If you want to know why you should go online and what to do once you get there, you can trust Dvorak's advice like you would trust your mother's--if Mom were The not-so-blue side?

  1. They will stop calling.
  2. For the last 3 months I have been getting calls from them from 5 different numbers and one of them is an unknown which I cannot block.
  3. I inquired, "Which one?" He said,"You mean you have more than one computer in your house?", as if he had never heard of such a thing. "Yes," I answered, "We have
  4. I can reboot the computer and everything runs normally.
  5. He went on to say open a command prompt for me.

You're encouraged to pay for this program to clean these). I don't do much surfing with either because, believe it or not, on my computer AOL "surfs" faster than either Mozzilla or IE by themselves. (usually the other way around on I cannot recognize this kanji Enthusiastically Russianify a String How to know when a pen test is complete? http://magicnewspaper.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-sites-links-to-sites-that-have-fixes-for-blue-screen-errors.html blueiris | January 18, 2014 | reply I also received one of these calls today.

Avira, Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool & AVG are good free choice according AV-comparative av-comparatives.org & AV-Test.org: blogs.pcmag.com/securitywatch/2009/12/… –fluxtendu Feb 20 '10 at 20:28 13 One suggestion is that many of Your proxy settings should be disabled. BBBICT | January 10, 2014 | reply Innovative Communication Technology writes their contracts so vague that you will incur add/moves/changes at $120 per hour/$180 for the first hour.

This man, in a thick Indian accent, told me, "Please, get in front of your computer, madam" over and over and over.

They haven't got any money from me but the calls drive me nuts. 4 & 5 times a day, sometimes more. ErR | May 21, 2014 | reply I have been getting calls from the all zeros number for a month. share|improve this answer edited Sep 13 '16 at 13:51 answered Nov 30 '12 at 15:16 Joel Coehoorn 22.5k761109 3 This seems to be the wisest, nowadays, indeed. For this reason, I currently recommend Microsoft Security Essentials. (Since Windows 8, Microsoft Security Essentials is part of Windows Defender.) There are likely far better scanning engines out there, but Security

I am a mark, but would gladly help to get them. I repeated same thing. They asked to get on my computer to determine the problem and fix it. check my site this way you can safely format the infected system and run a comprehensive scan on your sensitive data just to be on the safe side.

darnold23 | January 10, 2014 | reply I have received four calls today from #2030 and 704-325-9110 supposedly from Windows Tech support saying that they were receiving reports of viruses coming even installed new aol for my father.Welll he woke me up to get me started on this soooo any suggestions again are appreciated thx ptree, Jan 28, 2010 #9 Rollin' He wanted to know if I was the 'main user' of my computer and wanted me to 'open it up' so he could show me the clsid# and the malware. I let her use the Microsoft LogMeIn to access the issue.