Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


garioch7 last won the day on March 1 2015

garioch7 had the most liked content!

About garioch7

  • Birthday 09/04/1952

Contact Methods

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Port Hood, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Interests
    Videography, video editing, photography, photo editing

Recent Profile Visitors

1,390 profile views

garioch7's Achievements

  1. You will need to uninstall AVG, not simply remove its files. You should go to the AVG website, Support, and search for precise instructions as to how to remove AVG and all its remnants. Some anti-virus products require a two-step un-installation. AVG may require that their removal tool if the Add/Remove programs does not successfully uninstall it. Here is a link to the AVG support site: https://support.avg.com/supportArticleView?urlname=How-to-uninstall-AVG&l=en_US Good luck. Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  2. If you are talking about a standalone CD player in a car or attached to a stereo system, the media files must be burned in "audio CD" format to be played. Those CD music files can also be played in a computer CD drive. If you save your media files (.mp3, .wav, .wma) as data files on a CD, then a standalone CD player cannot play those files, but your computer CD drive should be able to do so just fine. The link below might help explain: http://www.techsupportalert.com/how_to_work_with_audio_cd_cda_files.htm Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  3. Nightowl: Thanks for writing back and letting us know how you made out. I am glad that I was able to be of some assistance. Lots of folks have helped me over the years. It is really GREAT to solve an annoying computer issue. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  4. Your problem could be related to the latest Windows Updates, issued a week or so ago. You should manually check for further Windows updates to see if there are any. If not, then you should Google Windows Update and font changes. You will get some hits, for example: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_update/kb3013455-ms15-010-causes-font-corruption/8640d38d-19bd-46b6-9af0-6213c05107d3 Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  5. The yellow mark indicates that the computer is unable to establish a wireless internet connection. You will need to set up a wireless connection via the Network and Sharing Centre (right click the icon), if you have not already done so. If you have set up a wireless network, then something is not working and you will need to troubleshoot the issue. There is troubleshooter in the Network and Sharing Centre. Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  6. First thing I would do is download the file "mbam_clean ..." from the Malwarebytes site and do a complete removal of MBAM. Then reinstall MBAM and see if the issue persists. If the problem is not solved, I would recommend surfing to the Malwarebytes site (malwarebytes.org) and posting the requested initial logs for an expert to assist you in the "Malware Removal" forum. The logs are necessary for their malware removal experts to determine if the computer is infected. This will eliminate the possibility that a virus or malware has compromised Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. If the computer is not infected, you can contact their Tech Support or you can post in the "Anti-Malware Help" forum on their site. There a lots of experienced and helpful people there. Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  7. Not sure - don't know. I am running Windows 7. Sorry. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  8. I concur with you that the default PC Checkup does not seem to be able to be configured to exclude certain items from cleaning, which is possible in other parts of the program. I dislike, and seldom run it, as a result. I think the programmers should permit users to configure what PC Checkup cleans and does not clean. I always want to keep my "Run" items and my "Recent Documents." CCleaner does permit items to be excluded. Just my two cents. Merry Christmas. Regards, -Phil
  9. This thread from the CCleaner Forum might explain the issue. Apparently Google Chrome stores its history and stuff in "the cloud", not on the local computer. http://forum.piriform.com/?showtopic=40285 Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  10. I suspect that possibly your CMOS battery has failed. They are usually only good for about five years. If you haven't replaced your CMOS battery in a few years, I would try that first. Then go into the BIOS and restore the correct data and system configuration data. Hope this helps. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  11. Since Wise Program Installer cannot do what the original poster (OP) wants, I guess it might be permissible, under Forum Rules, to mention to the OP that Revo Uninstaller Pro will monitor installs and reverse all changes made by a monitored install during an uninstall by Revo. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  12. Thanks WiseCareAdmin. Will update both computers tomorrow. Have a great day, and great service. Regards, -Phil
  13. Thank you for your confirmation of the bug and I look forward to the fix. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  14. I am running the latest version of Wise Care 365 Pro. As the attached image shows, the Registry Last Clean Date is not refreshing when a scan is run. You can see the registry backup dates (today), but Wise Care is reporting that it has been 49 days since I last cleaned. I am observing the same error on my laptop computer as well. I have indeed selected CLEAN and it appears to work, but when I re-launch Wise Care, it is still showing the last clean date as in the past. All other Wise Care clean components report the correct clean dates and a reboot does not solve the problem. Submitted for your information. Have a great day. Regards, -Phil
  15. UCanFixit and Xilolee: Just back to report that the laptop is restored to health using UCanFixit's steps. I counted four folders and three manifest files that needed to be deleted and four registry keys. I am very grateful to UCanFixit. That said, how many "average" users would be comfortable "taking ownership" of Windows System Files and deleting them and then mucking about in their registry? Most of the folks around here, in the small rural community where I retired, don't even know what a "registry" is. I really do think that the Wise Care programmers need to adopt the philosophy of physicians: "Do No Harm." My confidence in Wise Care has been seriously compromised by having this issue inflicted upon me. Thank goodness for UCanFixit, who persevered to find a solution to a problem which should never have occurred in the first place, according to my thinking. Thank you again, UCanFixit. You did fix it, not me. Fortunately I knew enough to be dangerous and had full confidence in UCanFixit's diagnosis and cure. Regards, -Phil
  • Create New...