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Old 01-21-2015, 03:35 AM   #1
paul day
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having trouble from behind the bridge


for some time i have tired to find a program to rid
this pirate program with no joy,
hoping someone out there my be able to help me...
if anyone on this planet can help me remove this
program from behind the bridge, and the first five %
of the hard drive i will forever grateful...
paul slayer@live.co.uk
 
Old 01-21-2015, 03:43 AM   #2
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Please state your Linux distro & version, also the program you wish to remove and the symptoms that make you think you need to do this.

I'd suggest removing your email address before a bot comes along and harvests it.
In any case, we communicate via the board so that we can all benefit.
 
Old 01-24-2015, 05:02 AM   #3
paul day
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the trouble is the pirates program that hides behind the bridge, and does not matter OS you are using it will still take
over your computer. and alos 5% percent of your hard drive, this is not a virus it is a pirate program,
i know you dot like me advertising my e-mail address but some people dot want others to know them...who are helping me,
ie the pirates dot like people helping people even on here....now you know dont you,
am using the computer at the library so as i dont feed the program on my laptop...
thank you and anyone for any help..
paul
 
Old 01-24-2015, 03:03 PM   #4
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Quote:
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the trouble is the pirates program that hides behind the bridge, and does not matter OS you are using it will still take
over your computer.
Well, if you want instructions how to remove it, you'll need to tell us which OS you are using, because the procedure to remove a program depends on the OS.
And, more importantly, you'll need to tell us which program, since, as you might guess, the procedure to remove a program also depends on the program.
Like, if you were asking, can you tell me how to make food in a cooking forum, you'll likely be asked: what food do you want to make?
 
Old 01-25-2015, 07:51 AM   #5
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I would suggest you go to a local computer store that seems trustworthy and ask them for help. It would be virtually impossible to help somebody remove a BIOS or boot sector virus from their computer via a forum such as this especially when their first language doesn't appear to be English.
I do doubt that there is a "pirates program" at all but only somebody sitting at the machine could tell that and no amount of internet conjecture could conclusively tell either way.
 
  


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