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GeoffCapes

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More of the same today. Designs to be signed off for the label on our new bit of kit, and the putting together of marketing information along with getting another patent application, which ain't gonna be cheap. What else can I sell?

At this rate I'll be cancelling Christmas as I can't afford it.
 

2b1ask1

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Morning all, frustrating day yesterday, I ended up doing no inspections as the main computer went down with four viruses! I believe I have it back this morning but we will see...

Have fun all...
 

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And what do you do in the afternoon..?

Good luck with that 'poota, Newton.

Morning, all. 'tis a wet and miserable day out east. I was blessed with a first call starting at 7 something instead of 5 something, which felt like a proper luxury. Saves on coffee, too. Working at home again, then up to town tomorrow.
 

2b1ask1

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Good luck with that 'poota, Newton.
Cheers,It seems to have got back to some form of usable; have had to reinstall my Office key and verify it and it is a bit clunky loading anything but I can sort all that later.

Took a boot trawl to find the blighters but they were there; trojan, key logger and a couple of other nasties...

iTranslate.dll being the main culprit
 

GeoffCapes

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Morning all. Another day of spending on our new bit of kit, labels, marketing, and patents today.

Good job we've just been paid by Lenny Henry's favourite hotel chain.

Seeing a man who reckons he can sell one of my companies this afternoon. Should be interesting to see what he reckons it's worth. Sweet FA without me working here I reckon.
 

GeoffCapes

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Cheers,It seems to have got back to some form of usable; have had to reinstall my Office key and verify it and it is a bit clunky loading anything but I can sort all that later.

Took a boot trawl to find the blighters but they were there; trojan, key logger and a couple of other nasties...

iTranslate.dll being the main culprit
Use AVG, it's ace at finding and deleting the buggers! Then run CC cleaner. Both are free, I used both to sort my laptop out a couple of years ago.
Then moved to Apple with AVG installed and never had a problem since. (touch wood).
 

2b1ask1

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Yep, used to use AGV years ago but moved to Avast and have generally been very pleased with it. I guess I or someone have been visiting dodgy websites recently :eek:
 

GeoffCapes

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Yep, used to use AGV years ago but moved to Avast and have generally been very pleased with it. I guess I or someone have been visiting dodgy websites recently :eek:
Ironically I was using Avast when my laptop was attacked. Since using AVG not had any issues.
Which reminds me, I need to scan my Mac today.
 
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Back from a short cold very wet cycle ride and a shower to warm up
Still alive though
Planning a Christmas Market thingy this w/end in Edinburgh and advice - apart from don't go?
 

2b1ask1

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A better day so far; fixed the computer, got 12 inspections done and just heard from son #1 he has got a new job offer todaywhich is pretty cool, he will be coordinating transition care for terminal kids to adults to stop them falling through the gaps in health care. It is the direction he was planning to go so he is well chuffed.