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  1. If you are speaking of taking a HJT and infection test I would "GLADLY" send you one... Flying colors Let me know when you are ready..
  2. There are several forums out there that do this, I would be more that happy to give you a list if you want one.
  3. You give someone a CD and a screwdriver and they think they are a PC Tech. Those types of people are the dangerous ones, it doesn't matter what forum they post in. There is a dynamic mix of skills sets on this forum and thats what makes it a great place. Whether or not each person has the same ability is not the question at hand. Sure there are probably some that could or would make a good Trusted Helper in the HJT forum, but the protocol for this is getting some training with HJT and the other tools associated with it. I didn't make the rules I am just following them, I wouldn't
  4. I will get here as often as I can.. BTW.. 40 posts now...
  5. Its all about sharing knowledge between everybody, it doesn't matter where you post most often or how long you have been on a forum. People come to this forum for help, as they do many other forums if I didn't feel the need to help out and give back what I have learned from many others I would find something else to do. rstones12
  6. Bruce, I think you are missing the point here. Since PCPitstop doesn't have a "classroom" to teach HJT there are other forums that do offer this type of training. If you want a Big Mac you don't go to BurgerKing you go to McDonalds, although that might be a stretch on the analogy and point I am trying to make.. HJT is a just a tool that is used in getting a handle or overview on what might be on that particular users system. There is so much more to this than just having informal question and answer sessions in threads. As is was stated in an earlier post, there are specific infecti
  7. Since there is no formal classroom here you have to find alternative sources to gather information and learn. You wouldn't go to a Linux forum to learn about Windows now would you?? This would require you to broaden your scope and go outside the box to get the information and training that you may or may not need. No worries, it was only a gesture of good will inviting you.
  8. You are correct, this thread is about the "closing of threads" so I will leave you with this personal invitation. I invite you to join the GeekU classroom at: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Would_you_l...ware-t4817.html It will be my personal goal to see you through your training.. And best of all its free...
  9. Did I ever say who could post here no, only that if they had completed training they could post to HJT logs. I only have 34 posts, you gotta start somewhere.. Maybe this would be a helpful read. http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?showtopic=70507
  10. They may be or may not be here, but if they would have completed training then yes they would be able to post to HJT logs in that forum...
  11. Ash74, I would recommend that you post a HijackThis log in the following forum below. You may have more going on that just that file. http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?showforum=25 Please start here before posting your log. http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?showtopic=36065 rstones12
  12. What does your system have for RAM and what Anti-Virus are you running??
  13. Well how about some good stuff about SpySweeper. I really have not noticed any real significant slow downs or any issues. The scans take a bit longer to run, other than that.....
  14. I just updated it to the newer 5.0 version. I did shut SpySweeper down and then run the install program and it worked like a charm...
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