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  1. Not enough information. See my signature for link.
  2. Sounds like malware. Go here to see if you are infected: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/f/103/am-i-infected-what-do-i-do/
  3. Can't see your image so read here and repost with image: http://forum.wisecleaner.com/index.php?/topic/4136-how-to-make-screenshots-aka-snapshots-and-post-them-here-in-this-forum-either-through-the-forum-itself-or-through-wise-pc-1st-aid/
  4. Now you are starting to explain you real issue! How is one supposed to know what you are trying to do from your first statement? You don't need a partition manager to format a usb drive. You can actually right-click the drive in Windows and select format (like so):
  5. Not enough information. See my signature link. Google for "MSVCR80 file missing" and you'll find plenty of option depending on your undetermined situation.
  6. Not enough information. See my signature link below.
  7. Not enough information. See my signature link below.
  8. Not sure why you are trying to make an https connection to Google; however, your posted link works for me. Anyway, try making a standard connection and see if that works: http://www.google.com.br Let us know.
  9. Try these suggestions: Basic troubleshooting tips for Java issues http://www.java.com/en/download/help/troubleshoot_java.xml
  10. Not sure what you did by your description; however, follow this tutorial to do a proper clean install of Windows 7: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/1649-clean-install-windows-7-a.html
  11. See here for starters: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833
  12. I am not aware that it is intended to also remove empty folders when searching for (and removing) invalid shortcuts. My assumption was that the shortcut would be invalid because it pointed to an empty folder but the empty folder would remain. Can someone from Wise confirm my conclusions?
  13. Do these error occur on any page or just a specific page? Can you provide a link to one of the pages that gives you that error?
  14. You could also try using a system restore point to revert to a previous time (before you ran Wise Cleaner) if available.
  15. You have some sort of corruption obviously; however, we need to know what OS you are running because there are different (possible) fixes for each one.
  16. Unfortunately, this issue has been reported before! See post #7 here: http://forum.wisecleaner.com/index.php?/topic/3090-wdc-affecting-sfc-scannow-results/ . Apparently, Wise Disk Cleaner is still offering all samples for removal as part of the slimming process; however, it appears that Win 7 considers them to be an integral part of the Windows 7 System; therefore, Wise Cleaner should not be offering to remove them to avoid the issue you are facing right now. The good new is that they are only "samples" and you can ignore those errors if you wish; however, you can try and recover your conf
  17. The first step in trying to resolve your issue is to download and run the Windows System Update Readiness Tool here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/What-is-the-System-Update-Readiness-Tool Let us know if that works.
  18. Remove the Conduit Search. See here: http://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-conduit-search-virus/
  19. A nicely detailed suggestion based on minimum information from the OP!
  20. This forum is being constantly filled with vague descriptions of problems that can not be understood. This is frustrating because I (personally) am very capable of helping others "if" I understand the real issue. Now, it seems the admins and moderators are really trying to do a good job of helping with the minimal information provided by the OPs; however, most times, the OPs never return to report their success or failure. With that said, I would suggest the following first steps to improve this forum: 1. Create a sticky thread on "how to ask for help in this forum." The "how-to-ask" conte
  21. Also, some malware infections disable the Windows Firewall and cause permanent damage to the OS in general. If you think or know you have been infected, I would recommend going here for help: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/f/103/am-i-infected-what-do-i-do/
  22. Works for me. Have you possibly been banned from that site? If not, your current DNS lookup/routing may be the problem.
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