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  1. There is currently a known BSoD issue caused by Malwarbytes' Web Protection when it's installed alongside Emsisoft Anti-Malware (EAM). @AdvancedSetup may know more. A workaround for anyone who has this issue is to do the following: Right-click on the little Emsisoft icon in the lower-right corner of the screen (to the left of the clock). Go to Protection status. Select Disable Web Protection. Note that after doing this you will need to restart the computer. On Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 you will need to restart by right-clicking on the Start button, going to Shut dow
  2. Here's a couple of FP's: PUP.Adware.Heuristic, C:/Program Files\ASUS Phoebus Audio Sound Card Sound card software from ASUS: https://www.asus.com/Sound-Cards/ROG_Xonar_Phoebus/ PUP.Optional.BTmagnat, C:\Windows\Uninstaller Uninstaller for FakeFactory Cinematic Mod 2013 for Half Life 2 (URL in a code box since I'm pretty sure there's some optional stuff for it that's NSFW): http://www.cinematicmod.com/cinematic_mod_2013.php
  3. I don't keep dogs inside. With indoor pets, there are always potential allergen issues (if not for myself then for other people). As for dogs breaking things out of stupidity, it can depend on the breed. German Shepards tend to be very intelligent. I've seen dogs that are so stupid that they would do something that was causing themselves physical pain (even causing them to bleed all over the place) and they would just keep doing it.
  4. I prefer no pets, but if I had to choose then it would be a dog. I've been around dogs my entire life (parents always had them), and compared to cats they are a lot nicer. When a dog ruins something, it's usually an accident or just sheer stupidity, but a cat will do it out of spite.
  5. Google Image Search has and Advanced Search which allows you to find non-copyrighted images. For instance, this search has this image in the results. Notice what it says under 'Licensing' about the image? "This media file is in the public domain in the United States. This applies to U.S. works where the copyright has expired, often because its first publication occurred prior to January 1, 1923."
  6. That is a difficult question to answer. I know she outlined the steps she used, but you'd be surprised just what all Photoshop is capable of. Just do a YouTube search for tutorials, and you will find some amazing stuff.
  7. Pandora just started playing this... Where is My Goat
  8. A Fairytale of Sipsco - Christmas Special: Yet another Minecraft music video, but this one is a bit humorous. Sipsco is a fictional company in Yogscast videos that manufactures the finest dirt in Minecraft, and the music video is about their Christmas Eve quest to finish their factory.
  9. Steam sells games from PopCap. They have a category that they call Casual where you can find a lot of the less action-oriented games, and they also have an Indie category where you can find games not created or published by one of the major game developers/publishers (except for Minecraft, since it isn't Steam-compatible).
  10. I'll second the Steam suggestion. At first I didn't like the idea of Steam, but the convenience of being able to quickly pay for and install games directly from the Steam Store changed my mind. Steam sells games in almost every genera, and they have plenty of free titles (such as Valve Software's Team Fortress 2). The down side is that Steam is also a service that runs on your computer to deliver and manage the games, which means that it does function as a form of DRM, however it allows you to install a game on as many computers as you want and you can play any game that is registered to your
  11. Thers's something to be said for beta testing.
  12. Hurray for software updates, huh Steve?
  13. If you are in the Experts group you have all of the perks of the Malware Hunter group, plus some extras. To be considered for the Experts group, you will most likely need to be a graduate of one of the UNITE schools.
  14. OK, here's some basic and quick explanations: Root Admin This is a sort of Super Admin. Anyone in this group essentially has the highest power over forum settings. At first only Marcin (the CEO of Malwarebytes) had this authority, however others in the company have gained it as well (Robert and Ted have it since they manage the servers, and thus it is required for them to perform their jobs properly). Neither you nor I will ever be a Root Admin. Trusted Advisor There are two groups for members of the security community that are trusted to assist in the Malware Removal section (Experts and Tr
  15. I remember when Marcin complained that I was capitalizing 'cleverbridge'...
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