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About baker7

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    USCG: Semper Paratus: "Always Ready"
  • Birthday 05/08/1972

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    Barre, Vermont USA
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    Computer Consultant and advocate for the disabled community at large - I enjoy technology, Networking, Webdesign,Providing Tech Support and Teaching others how to use the internet

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    Main Machine:HOST: BRIAN SPECS: DELL STUDIO XPS 435MT 6.00 GB DDR3 RAM, Intel i7 940 (@2.93 GHTZ) Processor 2 500 GB HDD's, 1 GB Nic Card and Wireless Adapter, CD/DVD Rom and CD/DVD-RW Drive(Running: Windows 10 PRO 64-Bit)
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    All Windows OS's to 10: (XP/2000,7,8,10 (Pro) Linux: Debian to 8.0

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  1. Rootkits

    root·kit ˈro͞otˌkit/ noun Computing noun: rootkit; plural noun: rootkits a set of software tools that enable an unauthorized user to gain control of a computer system without being detected. You should scan for rootkits, so it should not be a problem for you to place a check in that box - If it detects it, they should be removed. Good Luck! Brian
  2. Happy Birthday Chappy

    Happy Birthday Chappy - Hope it was a good one Brian
  3. Windows Defender

    Chuck: I understand: However, I will have to post the way that you do that in Windows 10 - Because the Windows 10 Fall Creators update makes it hard to turn something OFF in the event you have a VIRUS, and need to run Malware removal tools: You have to also disable Windows Smartscreen, because without that, you cant even RUN some of these tools that may be needed, so I figured I would add a post for doing this on Windows 10 Brian
  4. Happy New Year

    Happy New Year to all: May 2018 bring blessings and prosperity to everyone Brian
  5. Windows Defender

    Hi Guys: If you are using Windows 10: You will have to do it a little different, as all this has changed. I will post these instructions in a separate Thread Brian
  6. Christmas

    Same to you Chuck - May you gain a blessing today, and I wish you all the best in 2018!! Merry Christmas! Brian
  7. Good Afternoon: I have a question regarding OneDrive: In the Thrift Store, we have a Surface2 RT. It is set up to access OneDrive online through the internet. The problem is that on Onedrive,, we have a directory that stores our Customer Purchase sheet. If I save it, it looks like it goes to the OneDrive Folder - However, when I go home to my desktop, I try to open this file, and it does not exist, and instead, there are 5-6 copies of this file, and they are old. (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013) However, if I power on the Surface, login and then click on the This PC Icon, I can see a Folder called "Skydrive". The question is: How do I make the changes necessary to make sure that the OneDrive saves the file in the folder/directory I specify? I think the Skydrive Folder and the Onedrive folder are somehow different, and this is causing the problem. The file does NOT exist, and I think it is because of the differences in the folder/directory names Any Idea what is going on? Thanks, Brian
  8. Moving Files

    Good Morning hpg3: to move files is easy, you just have to decide whether you want to copy them and paste them, keeping the originals in place, or cut them and paste them to MOVE them from one folder to another. All you would have to do is: 1. Hold down control key, and while doing this, LEFT Click on all files that you want to move to the SD Card. 2. When you have all of these files selected (BLUE HILIGHTED) RIGHT Click in an open area of the screen, and select "cut" If you do that, you will MOVE the files from one location to another location WITHOUT keeping the original file. 3. Now, open the drive you want to move the files to in File Explorer, and then select "paste" and then all the files selected will be moved from one drive to another Hope this helps! Brian

    Chuck: Thanks for that information: I have updated ALL machines on BBUS' Network to version 50.0.2 of Firefox - keep up the good work bud! Respectfully, Brian
  10. BUMP SPYGEEKS.com (found out sometime this summer that this camera system is officially dead - It will be replaced at some point - UPDATED 12/7/16 ~Brian)
  11. Jeff's birthday

    Happy Birthday Jeff!! Hope it was AWESOME, and that you are still working on your goal to be healthier - I am PROUD of you man Keep it UP!!! Brian
  12. You are welcome Chuck - Figured you could use a little hand on this one Brian
  13. I normally do not respond to Malware Removal posts, but this time I am doing so to help the OP - You should follow the instructions in the Pinned and locked Threads. These posts will guide you as you post an OTL log, and whatever Prescans are requested. Then the Helper would respond to help you. Do exactly what they say, and in the order that they say, and They will help you clean up. Brian
  14. Low disk space windows 7

    Furperson: You are welcome Sounds like there is a bunch of stuff in Recycle Bin: Chuck is one of our Malware Removal Specialists: As he says, start a topic in the Malware Removal section, and follow his directions exactly as he directs. Chuck will give you a bunch of scans to run to determine whether there is malware on your system. Do each of them as he requests, and in the order he requests. He can take it from here. Good Luck! Brian
  15. Low disk space windows 7

    Furperson: How much disk space do you have available? How much disk space do you have in total? Do you know if malware may be possibly be impacting what is going on? You may be able to reduce your disk space problem, and increase the amount you have by doing the following things: IE: 1. Go to Tools>Delete Browsing History, and then take a look at the things there: Delete Your Temporary Internet files, and any other things that may be in your cache. 2. Recycle Bin: When you "delete a file" in Windows, it goes to the Recycle Bin. You could have a TON of files in your Recycle Bin - This could be a reason for the drop in disk space. You have to "empty recycle bin" in order to recover the disk space, and you may find that you have sent a lot there, and not deleted it from the recycle bin. 3. Firefox: Clear you cache: Go to about:preferences#advanced Clear your Cached Web Content and your "Offiline web content and user data." 4. You may be able to clear more than that if you run a program called "Temporary file Cleaner" By Oldtimer: You would be surprised as to how much space is being used by temporary files and data. 5. I recommend that you have the BT Trusted Helpers - Flashh4 (Chuck) is one check you over to make sure that you are not infected with some sort of malware. Malware can also slow down your system to a crawl sometimes. Post a request for assistance in our Malware Removal Forums, and they should be able to clean you right up. Good Luck!! Brian