AnthonyRomesh

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About AnthonyRomesh

  • Birthday 07/01/1987

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  1. I believe that Norton Internet Security Suite in my opinion of course, is a powerful Anti Virus and Internet Security Tool. However Mc Affe and cheaper but as equal Panda is a good internet security app, however as a student programmer I have found that there are quite a few flaws in its security. As Panda is still evolving. A long wait for that, I'm afraid. I hope this can help A response to the ones telling him search: I think asking him to search is not too helpful in my opinion. AnthonyRomesh
  2. Recently my friend has used P2P networks such as Kazaa and it has worked him fine, as he loves downloading MP3 files and Movies off the net. (Even though it is illegal). However recently he has realised that stuff on this home computer started going missing, also his saved games seem to be corrupted or missing, it freezes on loading. I investigated on his system. He has not got a decent firewall, that is out-of-date. So therefore he may be being hacked from a P2P network, which I believe is possible. From what I have seen. If you ever have used Kazaa for anything, you may see the Upload frame, which appears below your downloads. When someone wishes to have a copy of that awesome movie, MP3, image or doc. It seems that the uploaded files are not taken from the main Kazaa "Shared Folder". It seems that other directories are being uploaded from the on his PC. Which was rather worrying. And three quarter of those Uploaded files then were never found again. Which was quite a surprise. I checked the main P2P application's option menu, top-to-bottom, in-case there was such an option as "Allow Kazaa to upload files from other location". Which there was not. So heres some Advice :Never Trust a P2P Network again, unless you are a risk taker, or have\willing to purchase a decent firewall like Mc affe and Symnatec. Which I hope you all do have. Anthony Romesh
  3. If you ever visit any website, which has the Microsoft Logo on it, and describes itself as a Registered Partner of Microsoft, and asks to download a file called WinUpdate.exe, click no. If you click yes and you have a dial up, you will have enough time to cancel the installation, however if you have DSL, like I had, your worst nightmares, might come true. The following things will occur the next time you start your system: Windows will take an extra 30 seconds to load. An annoying file called Project1 will sit in the processes list, in the task manager. When connecting to your ISP you will be bombarded by pop-up windows, and if you have a pop-up blocker or firewall, it will fail block them. System Restore, Windows Media Player, Search and your antivirus software, will not load or just bring up a white screen, in the center. Your Internet Broswer will no longer understand Javascript. So never download it. You have been Warned!! P.S : I have and am still living in that nightmare.
  4. Thanks guys i'll try that, however I have one problem, When I bought my system it did not come with a Installation CD, So I cannot reinstall XP on here. Unless I purchase it again! Anthony Romesh
  5. Recently I have been working for long periods of time on my computer, especially online as I have BROADBAND, and I seem to be having problems with my system, a minor problem is with the Windows Media Player 9 XP, which fails to load, giving the error message: An Internal Error has Occured! Initially I believed that I deleted a DLL or a sub-program, so I removed the entire directory from it location in Program Files, including the WMP.dll driver which is stored in the root System32 directory. And downloaded it off the Microsoft Website, then reinstalled it. The Installation was successful, but when I attempted to re-start the application it presented me with same Error! So I thought System Restore might help, however the system restore application presents me a white blank rectangle in center of the screen. Also in Windows XP the Search facility no longer gives me a frame on the side of the windows explorer window. And finally, websites which use CGI and cookie-control, fail to initiate so I am presented with a blank page (no errors, or page cannot be displayed, does not come up!) I sense that my system crashed day before, and scan disk may have deleted some dlls and files required for the applications to run properly. Recently I have been working for long periods of time on my computer, especially online as I have BROADBAND, and I seem to be having problems with my system, a minor problem is with the Windows Media Player 9 XP, which fails to load, giving the error message: An Internal Error has Occured! Initially I believed that I deleted a DLL or a sub-program, so I removed the entire directory from it location in Program Files, including the WMP.dll driver which is stored in the root System32 directory. And downloaded it off the Microsoft Website, then reinstalled it. The Installation was successful, but when I attempted to re-start the application it presented me with same Error! So I thought System Restore might help, however the system restore application presents me a white blank rectangle in center of the screen. Also in Windows XP the Search facility no longer gives me a frame on the side of the windows explorer window. And finally, websites which use CGI and cookie-control, fail to initiate so I am presented with a blank page (no errors, or page cannot be displayed, does not come up!) I sense that my system crashed day before, and scan disk may have deleted some dlls and files required for the applications to run properly. Please explain your diagnosis and cure for this systems symptoms that will be great! Anthony Romesh
  6. I am an Software Development Student in London. My Knowledge in Hardware and Software is quite good, so if anyone ever needs help with hardware or software I will be glad to help. Also as I am studying Visual Basic, I could help you VB beginners get understanding VB (Even though, this forum is not mean't for that, Meaning I may get in some trouble.) I am new to MSFN, i think it is a great forum. Hope to hear from you guys! Anthony Romesh