OnePlus 5T review: Hands-on
keep getting this message,
IT ROUGHLY SAYS
message from microsoftnetworks to use
all OS are affected
your system is affected dowload patch from address below
type in your browser
BUT I DONT BELIEVE IT
have run spysweeper and adaware but they havnt come up with any thing.
OS Win XP pro
Spysweeper, ADaware, AVG free version, NortonAV, Fix Blast
Is this a Messenger Service pop-up? If so click here
If it is a pop-up message it is not from Microsoft.
This is a message from Microsoft below. The e-mail is signed by Microsoft.
Run Windows update to check for updates.
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has it been sorted?
yes i think it was a pop up i was looking at the other puter turned around and it was on the screen, is this the only way to fix it?
ive turned the messanger off any way see if it makes a diffrence,
ps the others were from naughty girls web cams which was what made me sus of the MS warning.
Have a look at this.
janitagirl I'll bet.
Run the shields up test to check your firewall.
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