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http://www.myspace.com/cswstudio www.capricornsoundworks.com The better I drink...the more I mix..... As you can see in below, there is no browser window and the BSOD is displayed in full screen. It is doubtful, however, that many Congressional Representatives feel the same way judging from their inclination to threaten federal government shutdown rather than rely on a free and open debate to Bill T. Source

He yelled something in Hindi and hung up. At least MBAM filters those kind of viruses nicely… Cecile Nguyen (Malwarebytes) Hi William, I'm sorry to hear you are having issues, please post in our malware removal forum at https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/forum/7-malware-removal-help/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social Not a real one lol the pop up was just themed I freaked out tho XD Pingback: The Multi-language Tech Support Scam is Here | Malwarebytes Unpacked() John Bernard Its The time now is 11:31 AM. -- Techist -- Mobile Contact Us - Techist - Tech Forums - Archive - Community Rules - Terms of Service - Privacy - Top Powered

This will give you a good start. __________________ Mac Pro 2013 12 core 16GB RAM OWC Thunderbay 4, 2x256GB Samsung EVO 850 (RAID 1) + 2xWD Caviar Black 3TB (RAID 1) He said that my computer was sending infected messages to their "network" and he was calling to fix my computer for free just to get it to stop infecting others. I think that if enough people will do this they may back off and stop doing this. for the next few days i was experiencing some problems with my computer but only when i opened internet explorer.

  • I gave instructions to disable automatic restart on system failure in the beginning of my post (instructions are in parentheses). __________________ Laptop: MSI GT70 2OC-059us | i7-4700MQ | 16GB | GTX
  • Get rid of malware that the fraudsters may have installed.
  • Tirehog | June 29, 2015 | reply I've had another issue with Avast.
  • gi33y | December 13, 2014 | reply I completely agree that we should stop all of these scammers.
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  • The latter was to turn back on Task Manager, which this malware disables.
  • Pro tools 9.0 BLUE SCREEN CRASH again Quote: Originally Posted by Darryl Ramm I think people are confused by your Sandra report that both reports Windows Vista (i.e.
  • I just installed Pro Tools 9.0 it installs good, then upon reboot I get a BLUE SCREEN CRASH!

Also if you get a chance to post the correct portion of the Sandra report I am sure we can have a look at it for you. Pingback: Mac users: Beware of increased tech support scam pop-ups | Malwarebytes Unpacked() CoyoteMan50 I won't start a Facebook account because I said that Facebook was very dangerous when it All that was left then that affects every system is either the processor or (most likely) the motherboard. my 1st Microsoft Windows call from Indian/Pakistani "Alan Parker" of "Windows Service System" of Colorado at 303-351-7053.

What card did you use previously and did you do a driver clean before the new card was installed. DONT EVER RESPOND TO A POP UP! Piks | November 21, 2014 | reply Look up & call the FTC. http://jcgriff2.blogspot.com/2011/11/bsod-need-help-tech-support-forum.html which probably wouldn't work very well (since the TCP/IP protocols can't be ignored or gone around) and the JA's who create the ANNOYANCE just giggle and chuckle the whole time someone

We walked in about half way through the call and I saw the alert on the screen and him on the phone. period. you may not be as fortunate as me. Danny T Workman happened to me wish i had seen this report sooner.Had to reinstall windows.I told these scammers I had no locked my computer.when i rebooted my system all of

Unfortunately those messages are often cryptic and inconsistent. These are useful details for a complaint.  Please go to ftc.gov/complaint to report this. Which was canceled by the bank a couple days later because someone had used it to charge a membership at some North African dating site. And give them the number of the FBI!

He also told me to make my decision quickly because he had to get to other customers. this contact form They pretend that they are representatives of Malwarebytes unpacked, they tell you that they need access to your computer and you can pay for 18 months or permanent use. If you have 2 x 4gb ram cards it might help if they are both plugged into the same color instead of different ones. __________________ 07-31-2012, 01:50 PM #3 anything it is your ip but not the public ip address that the websites see and the other ip address that they are saying is a hidden ip is most likely

BTW, my name is Dave, but most people call me.........................Dave albee1952 View Public Profile Send a private message to albee1952 Find all posts by albee1952 #9 04-21-2011, 11:25 AM At least NOW she knows how to escape herself. TheBookLady Norton, Avast, AND Malware Bytes doesn't get rid of it. have a peek here Noziecat | November 19, 2014 | reply Thanks for all the info you provide !!!

Avast is negligent in my opinion. I was advised that nothing could be done about these calls because they are very well hidden. TheMajor Internet Software and Browsers 14 10-28-2004 01:55 AM ATI video card trouble, big trouble.

even with that he could not identify the problem, after deinstalling BTS it was resolved, but he tried to convince me otherwise Pingback: Support Scams: multi-language, fake BSODs, and the Nuclear

Jérôme Segura Sharp eye and analysis 😉 Pingback: Facebook Marketing, A New Method for Scammers? | Malwarebytes Unpacked() Michael Schierl also, I've never seen a BSOD that uses both uppercase I use and install real McAfee at work, and I've had people come in telling me that they've seen things like this. THEN…. Every time they would try and sell me something.

that has the problem? we’ll help you fix it.” It’s the latest twist on tech support scams: Scammers sell software online that claims to increase your computer’s performance. There were messages about mouse drivers, sound card drivers, and usb drivers that were "out of date" however. Check This Out Called the number.

An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. This cant be right with your world class product? This 2014 report from Ponemon Institute is the fifth annual study of U.S. I don't even have a computer just a Apple?

he said he was from windows. He repeated that a Windows problem had to be fixed immediately. They filled my computer with Malware and viruses. Jurgen | February 4, 2015 | reply I received a similar call from "John Parker" at (800) 220-8851, pressuring me to take care of a Windows problem.

i tried one a while back but it was scam software and didn't do anything. Please be patient and let it run.If you still have problems with it running, there's an alternate tool here (direct download link): https://github.com/blueelvis/BSOD-Inspector/releases/download/1.0.5/BSODInspector-1.0.5.exeNOTE:Please zip up the (.ZIP) files - do not