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Old 12-08-09, 03:40
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Hello my name is Glen i am new to this site. i dont know how to start my own Thread but i really need help with my PC... system defender is getting the best of me and i really need help to get rid of it.
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Old 12-08-09, 03:51
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Hi Glen and welcome


To start a new thread you choose rhe right topic area for your question and the look up at the top left side and you will see a button named New Thread click that to start a new thead.

So if a software question about say Windows choose the software forum, if about a hard drive choose hardware etc

if you question is about malware as in virus, Trojans etc the choose the malware forum but do read this and run the steps first and attach the logs to a new thread inmalware describing your problem

read me guide for malware here http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35407
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Welcome to MG glendell i see Halo has answered your question !
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Welcome to MG Glendell I am sure you will find what you need here!
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