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xrobwx1971

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About xrobwx1971

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  • Birthday 08/12/1971
  • Age 46

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    o0rob_west0o@msn.com
  • Age 46

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Panama City Beach, Florida
  • Interests
    Family, Music, Computers and reading, Guns, (do not hunt, just defense training and target shooting) Science of all kinds except political :)
  • OS
    Windows 10
  • Computer specs
    product: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU X 980 @ 3.33GHz
    vendor: Intel Corp.
    size: 1596MHz
    capacity: 3326MHz
    width: 64 bits
    System Memory
    size: 24GiB
    SSD - 512 -boot
    HDD - 2T Files -downloads
    HDD - 4TB - Pictures
    HDD-1TB Backup
    External NAS 4TB RAID 1 Backups Backup
    Nvidia GTX 970
    Linux Ubuntu 17.04 WIn 10 Pro Dual boot
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  1. Another update that won't work

    I got that same update and my first snafu with Win 10. Funny thing is, I have an Intel system. After the update my computer was locking up at random and a hard re-start would bring it back for a while. I have received another update yesterday and I have not experienced any more lockups so far.
  2. Goggle Warning

    I get these frequently as I use Google extensively. If you have a gmail account, android phone and you use a device that connects to Google's servers in some fashion, whether e-mail, browser, keep, play store, etc (they have tons of services). You utilize one device for a while and then a diffrent device or even from a diffrent domain, ip, router, etc. Google will let you know of the "new" connection. For instance, I go from home to work and auto logon to each router for internet access. I don't hear anything, but when I go to a restaurant and logon to their router for access and then connect to one of Google services even inadvertently, I get the warning. That being said, you did the right thing by not clicking the link, going to the legit address and changing your password. Hope this sets your mind at least a little bit at ease. Rob
  3. Win10 OS 1709 upgrade came out

    SO, this is a known issue with RDP and the new fall Creators Update. http://www.surfacetablethelp.com/2017/05/your-computer-cant-connect-to-the-remote-desktop-gateway-server-after-windows-10-creator-update.html The workaround is downloading and installing Remote Desktop Connection Manager and use it instead of the built in RDC. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=44989 If anyone else is having these same issues, the above worked for me.
  4. Win10 OS 1709 upgrade came out

    Smooth here on 9 machines. I take that back, my main computer that I use for all my office work, the RDP connection to the Server 2008R2 crashes. in other words, I RDP from Win10 to Server 2008R2 where our point of sale software resides. I am looking at event viewer now. just thought I'd update.
  5. Problem Accessing Website

    See how awesome SC is. Just visiting here spreads the good vibes.
  6. Apple I Phone 8

    Laptop prices.
  7. Ff Profile Move

    Any of this help? http://smallbusiness.chron.com/transfer-firefox-profile-new-computer-78755.html
  8. security certificate

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/931850/-there-is-a-problem-with-this-website-s-security-certificate-when-you-try-to-visit-a-secured-website-in-internet-explorer <----Security Cert Issue https://www.java.com/en/download/help/disable_browser.xml <----disabling java
  9. Ransomeware

    You bet, anytime.
  10. Ransomeware

    The patch was released in March, namely Microsoft Security Bulletin MS17-010, which addresses the vulnerability that these attacks are exploiting. Basically, you can get your computer patched up through either Windows Update or install manually through Microsoft Update Catalog. Microsoft also made an exception and released security patches for their legacy operating systems such as Windows XP, Vista, and Windows Server 2003. You can find all individual patches and download them from Microsoft Update Catalog website. If you have Windows Update set up to install updates automatically, your computer is most likely already patched up. But how do I now if that’s the case? You can go to “View update history” in Windows Update in Control Panel to find out. Here are the list of KB numbers for this patch on various Windows systems. Windows Vista & Windows Server 2008: KB4012598 Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2: KB4012212 (Security Only) or KB4012215 (Monthly Rollup) Windows 8.1: KB4012213 (Security Only) or KB4012216 (Monthly Rollup) Windows Server 2012: KB4012214 (Security Only) or KB4012217 (Monthly Rollup) Windows Server 2012 R2: KB4012213 (Security Only) or KB4012216 (Monthly Rollup) Windows 10 First release: KB4012606 Version 1511: KB4013198 Version 1607: KB4013429 Windows 2016: KB4013429 SOURCE
  11. Ransomeware

    Not that I know of, it should have come down in the March updates. I'll look when I get back to work. I'm at lunch with my lovely wife!
  12. Ransomeware

    What patch are you referring to? The MS update?
  13. Ransomeware

    Also: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/disable-smb1-windows
  14. Ransomeware

    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-wannacry-wana-decryptor-ransomware
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