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    ibex7 posted:
    Strange how this site grows in its importance to its members. For the last three weeks, my ol' HP has been sick with four viruses. Seems that in two days at the shop things are better.

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    slik_kitty responded:
    good analogy. i hope you got a good antivirus installed on your puter.
    davedsel2 responded:
    I also love your analagy.

    I also fully empathize. My HP laptop has been in the shop since Friday. The tech found lots of viruses and malware. The patient is very ill and they are doing their best to cure him. I may get it back today.

    Meanwhile, I am using a 7 inch Android tablet. Great for games, but not for much else. I miss WInows and Firefox so much.
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