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Offline uef

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bug on video - avira rescue disc
« on: September 12, 2020, 10:56:55 am »
Good morning all,

I put on youtube and the image jumps & flickers jerky ditto when I watch any other video (dailymotion, firefox, myspace, edge, opera, facebook, maxthon, ...)
because the pc & slow browsers infected

here is a video showing you the bug:

when to mobile phone android
an external usb disk adapter hub not recognized on this android (despite the light on some) even though they were previously recognized
which for example means that we cannot copy from one sd to another via the mobile or copy data from the mobile to the avira rescue disc usb key

in addition we have two micro sd: one of 128 GB & one of 512 GB all converted to exfat, all connected / currently recognized to the mobile / pc

avira rescue disc on usb of 30gO (currently disc (O: /)) ---:
USB boot bug avira rescue disc


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Re: bug on video - avira rescue disc
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2020, 03:17:39 am »
Boot into the advanced boot options to select Safe Mode with Networking and run a scan with the free ESET Online Scanner.

You may also need to check for a graphics card driver update.

Download the free Bitdefender Antivirus program onto your android and run a scan with that -

It's possible you may have infected your android with the USB - probably best to format that.

I would suggest that you also remove the Avira Rescue disk and perhaps create a new one.

Your first vid played fine on my laptop but the second produced an error message that it had been removed because it was too long.

I've also found that you have been reported twice this month for Spamming, so hope that this is a genuine request for help.