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Windows 7: quick question

20 Mar 2013   #1

windows7 64bit
quick question

windows 7 forum members i m having a lot trouble with windows/Linux in general and I can't tell if its some kind of virus or maybe a defective computer part. So any way. Lots od errors called dinotify.exe I beleive they pop up over and over and over. I get lots of wifi trouble cant log on . discounts me logs me on to random connections. Also I noticed a strange account permission got added into a part windows a day I think ago. I dunno I deleted it right away and searched it and couldn't find any info on it and thats weird because Google normally finds everything. I dunno this is out of my field of expertise. I dunno I tend to un fix things that are working just fine lots of times. So what would be best way fix this? Im wondering it windows 8 worth buying? I might go grab a copy. I like win 7 but it gives me so much trouble im at the point where im done with it. Wonder if windows 8 is different enough. If this seems kind jumpbled sorry I seem to have lots my ability to type things out nicely. Sorry for any grammer errors.

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20 Mar 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

Hi sickness

Download Malwarebytes below


Install and on the finish screen uncheck the box that says start trial
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20 Mar 2013   #3


After a run or two with the Malwarebytes. A run by Ccleaner wouldn't hurt but leave the registry cleaner alone. A sfc/scannow probably wouldn't hurt as you say you sometimes "fix" things that aren't broke. Heheh, I'm guilty of that myself sometimes . The sfc/scannow will check your system file and attempt to repair any corrupted or missing system files. Just click on the links provided for Ccleaner and the tutorial for running a sfc/scannow.

Piriform - Download CCleaner, Defraggler, Recuva, Speccy - Millions of users worldwide!

SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

Not sure you would like Windows 8 but thats a whole different kettle of fish. Windows 7 is an excellent O.S. and with just a little care and maintenance is the best O.S. to ever come down the pike. IMHO of course.

Hope this helps. Let us know and if not we can go from there. Happy computing!
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