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Tx Redneck

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About Tx Redneck

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    Tx Redneck- The Spam Hunter
  • Birthday 10/26/1979

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    http://facebook.com/TxRedneck
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    tx_rednek

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    On the straight and narrow,stumbling at best, only by Gods grace.
  • Interests
    My relationship w/ God, Family, work, guns, cars and puters.

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  • TechExpress Link:
    http://pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?conid=24044599
  • Teams:
    Folding@Home Team

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  1. Tx Redneck

    search bar

    Alright, after much searching, I've found the answer here. https://superuser.com/questions/683574/disable-address-bar-search-in-google-chrome-at-www-google-com "That's a misconception you have. That page you opened is actually the Chrome new tab page. If you set Google as your homepage and open it, there will be no problem. That place you wrote in is just an extension of the omnisearch bar." I tested on my end and this is the solution to what you're experiencing. Hope this helps, Tx
  2. Tx Redneck

    search bar

    Are you referring to when you click in this bar, it moves up top once you start typing? Also, is this in Chrome?
  3. Unfortunately, with Win10, you can't pick and choose what you get in updates anymore like you could with 7, Vista, XP etc so I don't know how you can keep it from applying a driver update if it's really causing this.
  4. Tx Redneck

    PC Matic on the last check was clear

    OK, sounds like my suspicion was/is right, but let's err on the side of caution and get some more info to our help desk. Please go to https://www.pcmatic.com/support/ and open a support ticket so we can be sure and ensure this is resolved. Thanks for your interest in our products and for the opportunity to serve you. Tx
  5. Tx Redneck

    PC Matic on the last check was clear

    Alright, those were displayed in your browser? Do they still display when you open your browser? I suspect it was an ad that loaded and displayed them, what browser are you using and do you have ad blocking? Tx
  6. Tx Redneck

    PC Matic on the last check was clear

    Hey Frank, Where are you seeing this warning? Is it while viewing a certain website or application? I'm not familiar with any of that text, font or otherwise, in our product. Tx
  7. This should have all the info you need. https://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/computing/windows-10/how-to-fix-windows-10-problems-with-system-restore-11364008291943
  8. Reboot in Safe Mode and uninstall the driver(s) and or use System Restore to roll back to a date before the crash.
  9. Tx Redneck

    Slow computer

    Hey RJG, If you're using Windows, open Internet Explorer as Admin, then go to pcpitstop.com/betapit and run the Overdrive scan. Once that's complete, copy the link in the browser's address bar, return to this post and paste the url here so we can get an idea of how to help you best. Tx
  10. Tx Redneck

    Identify my PC's with the name I know them

    Hey daniellouwrens, You'll need to change the name of each pc, on the pc itself, reboot, then run a scan and clean in PC Matic to verify the name you've set is showing in PC Matic. Here's a how to the pc name. https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/change-your-computer-name-in-windows-vista/ Tx
  11. Good deal, I "feel better" knowing I'm givin FB a lil less data than they'd like by using this instead.
  12. Not sure, I don't use the official FB app, I use Swipe for FB.
  13. Tx Redneck

    pc matic scan failed

    Hey G19 and I'm not familiar with those error codes, but our support team would be. If you'll open a ticket with them, they can help you get a resolution. Please open ticket with them at https://www.pcmatic.com/support/ Tx
  14. Tx Redneck

    slow speed Xfinity

    Hey brian. Verizon wouldn't have left anything to limit your bandwidth and Comcast is notorious for speed irregularity, so your situation, unfortunately, all too common. I discovered the whole dns thing on my in-laws Comcast supplied Xfinity modem/router combo a while back, so you're right about that and their locking you out. Thankfully, you don't have to rent their equipment, you can purchase your own and have the freedom to set your own dns and prevent them from harvesting at least that much from your usage "tracks". Tx
  15. Hello cscarrott and Sorry you're still having difficulties, if you would, please open a trouble ticket with our support desk so we can look into this with you. http://www.pcpitstop.com/support/ Thanks, Tx
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