aisalynn: (Default)
( Feb. 11th, 2010 07:39 am)
Edited the Billie Piper header--found a better quality picture to work with. I also added two more headers to the rotating file--both of Eliza Dushku because I couldn't decide what picture to use. We'll just say one represents Faith and the other one Echo, alright? That makes eight headers now (how many do you think would be too many? 'Cause I'm having a lot of fun with these.) so hopefully the page will stop getting stuck on one picture so often now.

I'll probably edit the J2 header; it could look better as well. It was the first header I did so I wasn't sure exactly what I was doing and where I was going with everything. And I think I'm going to throw out the Spuffy one altogether. It looks really bad and grainy compared to the other ones, I'll have to find a better image to use.

Anyone know where I can find some really good quality pics of that pairing? Most of the screencaps I've found aren't that great.
My computer just got one of those stupid fake anti-virus programs. Which keeps popping up and telling me that I have all these security breaches and trojans and spyware that I don't actually have, trying to get me to buy the program with my credit card.


It's one I haven't seen before, and it's not showing up in any of my files for me to uninstall it. (Not that I really thought it would be that simple. *sigh*) But every where I look on the internet people keep saying the only way to get it off is to download some other anti-malware programs and run that.

It's a conspiracy, I tell you.

These anti-malware programs like Spy Doctor and Malwarebytes or whatever they are called, there's so freaking many of them, probably just create these stupid fake anti-virus programs and post shit on the forums about downloading their program is the only way to get rid of it so you'll buy their program. Of course, they don't mention you have to buy it on the forums--the download is free, the scan is free, but you have to buy the program to get rid of it.

Perfect fucking scam.


Well, I'm not doing that, so I'm trying to find a way to delete this shit manually without fucking up my computer in the process. I really don't know enough about computers to be mucking about in the registry.

*sigh* I'll probably just have to take my computer to my dad. Good thing I'm going home tomorrow.

Anybody on my flist have any experience with getting rid of Vista Internet Security the pain in the ass fake anti-virus program?


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