Home > Blue Screen > Blue Screen /assoc-aol How Can I Fix?

Blue Screen /assoc-aol How Can I Fix?

Don't know what FTC will do as we are on a "Do not call list" for all of our phones, but here is the trend as a warning to others. Now knowing that there is a $1.00 charge, I chose not to call back to listen to the message in its' entirety. And they want your last penny.We’ve written before about tech support scams — where a caller claims that your computer has a terrible virus and needs immediate attention. According to 5StarSupport.com, the first thing one should do when faced with the the blue screen error code is write down the information that appears on a piece of paper or this contact form

Again, that will blow away any malware that lodged itself deep inside the system. no crash screen, so thx so far!!!! Burnthosescammers | January 24, 2014 | reply Just complained to the FTC. those featuring illegal or ethically dubious content) Make sure your account only has access to documents you personally need to work with Always have working backups on external media (not connected https://forums.techguy.org/threads/blue-screen-assoc-aol-how-can-i-fix.889993/

No single antivirus product will have every virus definition. christy | January 11, 2014 | reply I just had this same kind of phone call. Maybe it was actually legit? It cannot substitute a resident antivirus application.

  1. He answers a laptop, I need to help you with the Intel processor.
  2. just had an incident with Google last night.
  3. I coplained to my Atty General & he just sent me a form letter saying his office dosen't address individual complaints.
  4. Let me know if anything else can be expanded.
  5. I told him I was on the phone with Microsoft on the other line and he used profanity and asked me to perform carnal acts to myself and my computer and
  6. Make sure "small memory dump" is the one chosen under "write debugging information" and the location should be %systemroot%\minidump Rollin' Rog, Jan 1, 2010 #2 ptree Thread Starter Joined: Dec
  7. At a typical consulting rate of around $100/hr, it can be cheaper to buy a new machine than pay a shop to do this.

Tx$bill | August 12, 2014 | reply FYI I googled Canon copier support and had the same thing happen. Thanks in advance for any help. I believe the program is aol connectivity service aol llc. I felt for it.

Sometimes a scan using GMER or Kaspersky's TDSS Killer can show you if you have a rootkit. will leave you asking how you ever got along without it.""--Brett Trout author of "Internet Laws Affecting Your Company "and Chair of the Iowa State Bar Association Technology Committee""For hundreds of The file will not be moved.) HKLM\...\Run: [RtHDVCpl] => C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\RAVCpl64.exe [11465832 2011-01-28] (Realtek Semiconductor) HKLM-x32\...\Run: [QuickTime Task] => C:\Program Files (x86)\QuickTime\QTTask.exe [421888 2014-01-17] (Apple Inc.) HKLM-x32\...\Run: [NUSB3MON] => C:\Program Files Some idiot scammer wouldn't.

I absolutely have learned my lesson. I have put in a complaint to the no call register and hope they can stop these people...they just don't give up even when you tell them to stop calling. Possibly using System Restore to restore the computer to an earlier date may solve the AOL problem. same result.

However, while the stack - and therefore the analysis engine - blames the module ATWPKT2.sys, the process responsible for interacting with the module at the time of the crash was aolacsd.exe, Telling everybody!! Do not use the compromised computer to do any of this. I have Widows Vista on a HP Laptop.

I hung up on them and called the number and the same guys answered. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-with-dmp.html I gave him access to my computers. Run Process Explorer. all my mail.

I tried that with system32 driver file, but could not find the file in the AOL program file. Got so tired of them calling daily to tell me my HP had a very serious virus, which humored me because i have a MAC, which I told them but they Same thing happens 01-16-2011, 10:16 PM #6 djdrew Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 10 OS: windows vista jcgriff2-I went back through and did all of your http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/iphone-5s-blue-screen-after-screen-replacement.html share|improve this answer edited Jul 25 '15 at 4:30 community wiki 5 revs, 2 users 98%ccpizza add a comment| up vote 9 down vote With Reference to William Hilsum "How Do

lizbeth406 | April 26, 2016 | reply I spoke with Dell and they would not admit it on the phone but they acknowledged their database may have been compromised as I Also, I say "probably let you recover" because I know of at least two strains that are so poorly written that they irreparably mangle your files; even the corresponding decryption program ging00 | January 22, 2014 | reply I had a call similar to all of the above comments, except I had an email earlier supposedly from paypal, but with a different

The main features is a highly customizable Start menu which has multiple styles and skins.

He was very aggressive to wanting me to get on my computer. Let a top virus scanner remove any files that were left. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed You would think they would try a different line of work.

I said I wasn't near computer and asked or his name which he gave as Marshall Smith in Houston TX 239-247-5552. This information can then be used during troubleshooting, or to show to a capable technician so that they can fix the problem. J hodge | June 19, 2014 | reply Did they mess anything else up? his comment is here These people are terrible.

MBAM and SAS are not AV softwares like Norton, they are on demand scanners that only scan for nasties when you run the program and will not interfere with your installed If your extra paranoid, running a scan with something like AVG, SuperAntiSpyware or Microsoft Security Essentials may not be a bad idea. His books include Dvorak's Guide to PC Telecommunications and Dvorak's Guide to Connectivity.