REMOTE ASSISTANCE XP HOME EDITION

  LANDCRUISER 13:14 02 Mar 2004
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Can somebody help,i see that somebody can connect to my computer and adjust the pc according to remote assistance in help & support, is this possible as i am bit of a novice, i could do with expert to check the pc. i using windows xp home edition

  Rigga 13:29 02 Mar 2004

I've be very wary of allowing anyone you don't know to remotely connect to your computer.

I'm sure most people in this forum, are honest, decent people, but there may be a few that are not, and may take advantage of you.

If there is any specific problem you are encountering, then by all means ask and the guys and gals in this forum will undoubtably try to help you.

Rigga.

  Rigga 13:29 02 Mar 2004

I've be very wary of allowing anyone you don't know to remotely connect to your computer.

I'm sure most people in this forum, are honest, decent people, but there may be a few that are not, and may take advantage of you.

If there is any specific problem you are encountering, then by all means ask and the guys and gals in this forum will undoubtably try to help you.

Rigga.

  LANDCRUISER 13:49 02 Mar 2004

Thanks for your advice Rigga,i just thought that one of your expert that visit this site on a regular basis could be trusted,i now they could do all sort of things,i tried to contact Mesh on this subject but they said it could not be done.

  LANDCRUISER 13:49 02 Mar 2004

Thanks for your advice Rigga,i just thought that one of your expert that visit this site on a regular basis could be trusted,i now they could do all sort of things,i tried to contact Mesh on this subject but they said it could not be done.

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