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Re: Tidserv Activity 2

Post by rich_hilton on 31st December 2011, 7:02 am

Hi Dave
Well the good news is that, when I uninstalled and reinstalled my Ethernet adapter, I could then talk to the web. (The Device Manager previously indicated all was well with the Ethernet adapter but I thought I should do the uninstall/reinstall to make sure and - voila!)
So now the question is "in what order would you suggest I should run SAS and MBAM and whatever else to ensure (as far as possible) that I can use financial software like Quicken safely?"
Thanks again so much for your help.
Is there a useful tutorial on all this stuff?
Best regards
Clive

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Post by Superdave on 31st December 2011, 5:32 pm

So now the question is "in what order would you suggest I should run SAS and MBAM
It really doesn't matter.
Is there a useful tutorial on all this stuff?
You might be able to find something by googling.

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