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i hate virus's. no really. for those of you fluent in computer fixing or diagnostics, my computer failed 560,000 checks at 0% and the guy had to take a picture of the screen because he'd never heard of that before. maybe 80,000 but not that many. fantastic. to top that off, every prong on the mother board was chearred beyond beleif, he took a picture of that too. so, i now have a new computer, a gateway, and am no longer in the stone age, well, maybe the bronze age. the virus starts as a anti-virus warning, and even if you decline or close the window, it somehow buries itself into your files and waits. then when you keep getting more they grow and finally attack when they are strongest. keep in mind this is the laymens terms as i couldn't understand most of what the guy said.
so to all of you that didn't know what happened to me, i'm sorry i dropped off the face of the internet and i'm not a tibeten monk. i'm back and can't wait to ..................crap the war's over. DAMNIT!!!!!!! well, there's always the next cycle.

Posted: 05/15/09 at 13:26 (1227 views)


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prydera

prydera
This is why you need to go to a real operating system, like Linux. Get Ubuntu if you're scared of something new - it's easy at takes a lot of the dangerous controls away from the user. Best of all - no viruses.

Posted on 07/22/09 at 17:05
BadPrincezz

BadPrincezz
Didn't you tell your computer to wear a condom before it started acting like a morally loose hussy? ;)

Posted on 07/11/09 at 12:12
desteredre

desteredre
awww...I hate computer ickies. Although it was my antivirus program that killed mine two times ago. It managed to corrupt itself somehow and started causing boot problems for me. Ah well, I have learned my lesson. Nothing but programs is on this thing, all my files are on an external now, and I only turn that on when I want something off it or need to add something I've saved to it. So when this thing dies for whatever reason, I just have to wipe it, reload windows, install my other programs, and I'm all good again :)

Posted on 05/29/09 at 19:07

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