#1
So lately when I try to open things like Itunes, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, FL Studio 10, and probably many more I get an error message. For example when I open Microsoft Word it says "C:\Program FIles\Microsoft Office\Office 12\oart.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support." What is going on? It is very irritating. I have installed over many times and deleted numberous times. So could someone please help? It would be very much appreciated.
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#2
you have to check the gigarams in your back center console. just undo the rams that were PRE programmed, and delete all of the normal rams. the ddos is easy to uninstall, just use JQUERY and restart the computer. then go into safe mode, and disable ALL of the encryption drives.
#3
Computer thread!

Sounds like a virus though.
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you have to check the gigarams in your back center console. just undo the rams that were PRE programmed, and delete all of the normal rams. the ddos is easy to uninstall, just use JQUERY and restart the computer. then go into safe mode, and disable ALL of the encryption drives.


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you have to check the gigarams in your back center console. just undo the rams that were PRE programmed, and delete all of the normal rams. the ddos is easy to uninstall, just use JQUERY and restart the computer. then go into safe mode, and disable ALL of the encryption drives.




TS; if you've uninstalled/reinstalled, you've got a virus most likely.

Go with AVG to clean it up. It's free and works very well.
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#6
I find AVG annoying as hell.

It does work though.
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TS; if you've uninstalled/reinstalled, you've got a virus most likely.

Go with AVG to clean it up. It's free and works very well.



sorry for trying to HELP. i work on computers for a living.
#11
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Like always,move to linux...

Never look back.

This is always a good option as well.
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#12
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Like always,move to linux...

Never look back.

He'll still be on a forum asking questions. Linux is not noob friendly. It's great once you learn how to use it though. No viruses ever.
#13
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He'll still be on a forum asking questions. Linux is not noob friendly. It's great once you learn how to use it though. No viruses ever.


There ARE user friendly distro's BUT yeah,until he learns the ins and outs he would still need help

But once you do... ohhhh once you do you're in a whole new world
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There ARE user friendly distro's BUT yeah,until he learns the ins and outs he would still need help

But once you do... ohhhh once you do you're in a whole new world

I run Linux Mint, and it runs smooth for the most part. Except one day I turn it on and it won't boot. It was a corrupt config file for the video card driver, just happened out of nowhere.

But it's an easy fix compared to the full destructive install that Windows needs when the system eventually bogs down.
#16
avast.com > download > run boot time scan
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sorry for trying to HELP. i work on computers for a living.



You're either self taught, or a troll.
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You're either self taught, or a troll.

Saying that makes us self taught computer people look bad.

TS: You probably have a virus. Run install Microsoft Security Essentials, reboot into safe mode, run the virus scan, delete said virus, reboot into normal mode, carry on as normal.
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#19
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sorry for trying to HELP. i work on computers for a living.

No you don't.
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#20
Sounds like dll hell to me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DLL_Hell

Unfortunely it's not particularly easy to fix, it sounds like a dll was overwritten. (Refer to wiki. ) This would mean figuring out which obscurely-named dll was replaced with an older version and replacing/reinstalling it, which can turn into a pain. It's called "dll hell" for a reason.

I second the recommendation for linux.
#21
I haved no idea what is going on. How do I get rid if that?!
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