Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Fix Me Stick Giveaway

We use the computer so much in our daily lives. Checking email, using Microsoft Word and Excel, among many other tasks.  What we don't prepare for day to day is the possibility of a virus. Of course we have anti-virus programs, but sometimes those sneaky bugs still get through.  When the computer gets a virus, it can severely hinder the computer's performance and make your life frustrating.  Thankfully there is a solution for this.

Fix Me Stick is a virus removal gadget that has no software to install. Today's viruses are designed to beat anti-virus software, and as a result of this infections are widespread and prominent. Anti-virus programs runs when a computer's operating system is on, allowing viruses to run and evade detection.  The difference between regular anti-virus software and the Fix Me Stick is that the Fix Me Stick's hardware works when a computer's regular operating system is off. This device also doesn't slow your computer down, since there is nothing to install.

This device can be run by anyone, and it is faster and cheaper than alternatives. It represents a revolutionary advance for non-tech indivudals who've spent much time and money on removing these pesky issues.

Wouldn't life be so much easier if you never had to worry about viruses again? My computer's had its fair share of viruses over the years and I can assure you it's not something I want to have to deal with again.

It's time to show those viruses who's boss, and that's you!

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64 comments:

  1. I take my computer to my local repair shop to deal with viruses!

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  2. I have my BF fix the problem !

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  3. I currently use Norton and hope nothing bad happens :(

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  4. I trust my anti-virus program to take care of it (then I give it to hubby to check out).

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  5. usually call my son who knows about computers

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  6. We try to run the virus scan that we have installed at least once a week on my son's laptop computer to remove all the viruses.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  7. I usually use an anti-virus program, so I'm okay most of the time! Thank goodness. eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

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  8. I use Microsoft Security Essentials

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  9. I have Kasprsky, but if I can't fix it, I will research the virus on a site like TrendMicro and see if they have any solutions.

    ellen beck on rafflecopter
    tannawings at gmail dot com

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  10. My husband is a computer guy with the military and has everything at home locked down pretty heavily. If he suspects a virus, things generally get formatted!

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  11. we dont currently have a way of dealing with viruse so this would be great

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  12. I do what needs to be done to get mt computer running again.

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  13. I usually take it into the Geek Squad employees to get rid of the viruses!
    jackieque@comcast.net

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  14. I use the free avast,

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  15. I never get them

    droopydog63@hotmail.com

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  16. I do what I can to avoid them. Anti-virus program, firewall. I also run cleaners and malware software

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  17. I restore back to a previous point, which we take when making system updates. Sometimes that doesn't work, so we go to SecurityTango.com and go through a lot of hoops.

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  18. We restore to a restore point, but that doesn't always work. Then we try the SecurityTango.com, but that's a lot of hoops to jump.

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  19. I have hubby fix it

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  20. I usually take it to best buy...geek squad

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  21. I use malewarbytes and another antivirus program.
    gabbflabber@live.com

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  22. I run a virus scan when my computer starts acting wonky. if it is still acting up, I go to another computer usually the laptop and access online instructions on how to remove it manually.

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  23. usually have to wipe the whole thing

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  24. I run a scan and hopefully get rid of the virus.

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  25. I usually just depend on my virus protection and if that doesn't work I ignore it.

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  26. I restore the computer if a virus scan doesn't work

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  27. We normally spend HOURS using online virus scanners and trying to get rid of it ourselves and sometimes we have to re-install the entire operating system...ugg. I would love to try this!

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  28. Send it to a local computer geek.

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  29. I use Norton, but a couple of my laptops were destroyed by viruses.
    Susan Chester

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  30. I use an anti-virus program.
    velvish@outlook.com
    L Brenner

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  31. I boot into safe mode run maleware then hope for best if virus is really bad then do a fresh install

    yanktheese@yahoo.com

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  32. I take my computer to my local computer repair shop.

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  33. My husband takes care of it for me.

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  34. I let my brother tinker with it :)

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  35. call our teen in to try to handle it, he researched all the problems and tries his best to fix the problem
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  36. i fix them myself by going on Google and spending time to figure it all out

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  37. I usually have AVG take care of them. they go into a virus vault.

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  38. I use my anti virus software to contain viruses

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  39. I run Microsoft essential, if that don't work then there has been times I had to restore back to factory settings =\

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  40. Usually I research the virus, and then find a way to deal with it online and then take those measures.

    hd6719@gmail.com

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  41. call my techie brother to fix it!

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  42. gfc brittney house I usually do a system reboot. Totally doesnt work.
    BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  43. I usually use anti virus software.
    shawnac68@hotmail.com

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  44. i use anti malware and super anti spy repair
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  45. I use Norton and so far I have had luck in no virus
    willdebbie97 at yahoo dot com
    christal c w

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  46. I use anti-spyware and try to be very careful with emails and websites I'm not familiar with

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  47. I normally research how and fix them myself

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  48. I usually deal with them with virus software

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  49. I have AVG as my anti-virus program

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  50. Right now I leave it up to Norton wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  51. I use malware bytes to detect malicious sites and I use AVG to find and delete virus'

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  52. I use AVG and if I still get a virus, I panic and hand the laptop over to someone else to fix it.

    tridingermckee at gmail dot com

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  53. I scan weekly using a virus scanner.

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  54. I have to get someone to remove them. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  55. I have a friend that works with computers and she helps me with viruses.

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  56. I have a friend that fixes computer's

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  57. I get my boyfriend to work his geek magic on it.

    ladyspy79(at)aol(dot)com

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