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removing the virus, specifically the vmx client virus?


I have used most all of the virus programs and  when you go into task manager there are two client applications are running.  ou can not end task with either.

Thank you

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Do you use it as a boot up disk?

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I have two laptops like this and in looking for remedies I see many people who have this problem.

It can be in most any version of Windows from XP to 10.  Memory does not seem to matter and it is not exclusive to laptops as desktops are also bad. 
I am looking for a guru to write a program to figure out w2hat is the problem.

I have TOUCH FREEZE installed which has helped with a touchpad problem.

Thank you,


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Can we use windows repair all in one to repair it.

Is there a version that can be put on to a thumb drive and if so can I have instructions.

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Hi Shane,
Merry Christmas to you. I just did on Windows 7/64 a tweaking 3.7.3 repair. Using repairs #8 through 20 I got user pinned folder where I never had before in the quick launch tray. I deleted it but it created problems for me. I am assuming that it corrected something that I maybe had tweaked out sometime before.  So how can I leave my icons the way they are and get rid of the folder visibly. Which one of the repairs put it there?
By the way I use 7 in the old time classic mode.

I see it in APP DATA and in the registry but I don't want to create other problems without your direction.
Thanks,

Ed

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Program & Site Requests / WindowsRepair all in one
« on: August 16, 2015, 08:10:51 AM »
Hi,
Presently using Windows 7 on an older laptop.  It has been running 3 + hours and seems to be "stuck" on repair number 8 with the cpu at 54%.

It is running hot and I would like to shut it down to cool off.  Is there or can there be a pause button in the operation? If I hit stop is all lost?


Thanks,

Ed

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Tweaking.com Programs & Site Help & Support / Repair AIO 3.20
« on: May 26, 2015, 06:30:25 AM »
Hi,
I am using windows 7 and recently updated to 3.20 AIO (not pro). I left it do its thing yesterday without any hiccups I believe BUT when I went to use Snipping tool which is pinned to my start menu it would not run, today.
I then went to AIO again and just selected repair snipping tool and it did what it had to but still did not work. That was 7 minutes ago.

I then did a google search for repair of snipping tool and it took me to tweaking.com so I guess you are the expert.

I got it to work again but what I did was right click snipping tool and said run as administrator.  So it works.

I did test #2 and failed again but did the right click run as admin and it works.  So the question is did you forget to do a default run as admin in your coding or how can I get the run as admin to stay as a long term default.

Thanks

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Program & Site Requests / CTB Locker need I say more
« on: January 11, 2015, 07:49:38 AM »
First I do have a backup and I hope the damage is not on the backup. The backup is in a different location and will not be accessible for a few days.
I am looking for preventive measures for the future.

Thanks,

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Ed

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Computer Help / Just a thought
« on: October 06, 2014, 12:05:49 PM »
If I have a computer that does not boot and has BSOD and restore will not work could your AIO repair tool be made bootable on a flash drive and do its wonders on a bad system files or whatever?

Thanks,

Ed

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Computer Help / How do I find where a folder originates from
« on: October 06, 2014, 09:46:32 AM »
Hi Shane,
The folder is in the subdirectory under Program files (x86) and I believe it has a virus. Numerous virus checks with no success.  The folder is TChromium and I tried to remove it in safe mode and tried to rename it to something else and it comes right back.  A file in it triggers a com surrogate error.  I tried googling it and I came up empty. It has been with me for two months and I am tired of the error.

HELP

Thanks,

Ed

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