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caintry_boy

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About caintry_boy

  • Rank
    Wild Man!
  • Birthday 12/02/1952

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kansas
  • Interests
    Fishing, computers

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  • System Specifications:
    Asus Maximus Extreme-Z mobo, 1TB HDD, 500Gb HDD, DVD-RW 16Gb DDR3-2133, GeForce TITAN all on water
  • TechExpress Link:
    http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=25915320
  • Teams:
    Folding@Home Team

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  1. Milestones

    Sorry I'm late but Humbluemoon has broken the 9 Million mark! Fold on pal!
  2. Pretty sure that the problem was solved sayedsalmanshah...
  3. Laptop shutting down at power on

    See if you can find anything that helps here https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/My-HP-Pavilion-G6-won-t-turn-on/td-p/2275789/page/8
  4. Laptop shutting down at power on

    On battery or AC? Make/model?
  5. Need help installing drivers for R9 280 vid card

    Something wrong...you should get more PPD out of Linux than Windows... 'Course it may have to do with the fact it's an AMD card...
  6. how too

    Just my opinion texastim, but you shouldn't have to do anything to it. I'm thinking it's enabled in your browser (Chrome, Opera and perhaps others) and should be blocking pop-ups for you. Try right clicking it and see what it tells you or allows you to do.
  7. Need help installing drivers for R9 280 vid card

    I'm averaging about 100-135k PPD dickster on mine in Windows....not O/C'd.
  8. You can go to the Supershield icon in the System Tray and Right Click it and mouse up to Protection Level and then mouse over to Block Notification Method, select Prompt For Override. You will start getting pop-ups asking if you want to Block or Allow a program, make absolutely certain that it's a program that you want to run and select Always Allow. Once Supershield has been "trained" it'll stop asking about your known good programs. That should get you going!
  9. Milestones

  10. SuperShield blocking Windows 10 Netflix App

    Question: Have you tried uninstalling PC Matic and then reinstalling from a fresh download? https://pcpitstop.com/store/get.asp?prd=pcmatic
  11. Infinite Alert Hoax/Call this Number Scam

    Well lessee, I got the same pop-up messages that we're talking about along with page redirects, multiple tabs just opening, multiple windows too and all manner of uncouth behavior. Ain't going there! 😉
  12. SuperShield blocking Windows 10 Netflix App

    Hi and If you right click the Supershield icon in the System Tray and mouse up to Protection Level and then over to Block Notification Method, choose Prompt For Override. Then when you open Netflix you'll get a pop-up asking if you want to Allow or Block, choose Always Allow. Done. p.s....make VERY certain that it's asking about your Netflix app so that you don't approve a malicious file. This should work for you. If not please open a ticket at our help desk here > Help Desk Let us know how you make out with the issue.
  13. Infinite Alert Hoax/Call this Number Scam

    No. I don't and will not run Chrome. I love Google, but hate Chrome, every time I install it, it tries to take over my PC. Aint going there!
  14. Infinite Alert Hoax/Call this Number Scam

    I get one fairly regularly saying it's from Micro$oft..."Warning your computer is infected with a virus! Call the number below...blah, blah, blah." I just close it out by going to the Taskbar and hovering over my browser icon (allows me to see all open pages) and clicking the little red x. And then proceed with my day. Not too worried about viruses OR the warnings since I run PC Matic with Supershield, I know it won't allow anything to execute. I regularly clean .tmp files with TFC and I still run SuperAntispyware to clean tracking cookies.
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