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I would have said this yesterday but I was a bit busy.. 2 comments / Post Comment
From our house to yours, warm New Year wishes .. A new year is like a blank book. The pen is in your hand, It's your chance to write a beautiful story for yourself. Each year is important for so many reason. The hope it inspires and the promise it holds, and so may you have new dreams to believe in. Dreams that grow brighter as each day unfolds. New year is also the time to unfold new horizons and rediscover the strength and faith within you , to rejoice in simple pleasure and gear up for new challenge. Wishing you a truly fulfilling , healthy and passionate New Year. It mean whole the world for me to have special friend like you. Thank you so much and Happy New Year 2015.God bless you.....With all my love..Big Hugzzzz and Kiss... Alexis Samuel xxx.
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I hope that next year will bring you a lot of joy (and that I learn to post pictures/gifs in this blog hehe) 1 comments / Post Comment
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after tidying up from the christmas celebrations i found that santa had forgotten one of his little helpers - curled up asleep in the pile of wrapping paper - hes now sat on the arm of my sofa throwing crumbs at me and drinking cider :0 - giles 14 comments / Post Comment
Can I get a hallelujah?
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so PM me here if your interested... but only gurs between 18 to 25... maybe to 28-29 if your good looking xD 1 comments / Post Comment
PART 1-Fixing the rundll32.exe problem
First go to C:\WINDOWS and make sure you have the file rundll32.exe in both your 'SYSTEM' and 'SYSTEM 32' folders. If it's in one but not the other, copy the file to the folder it's missing in. If it is in neither folder go to C:\ServicePackFiles\i386 or find your servicpackfiles folder and copy the rundll32.exe file from there.
Second go to http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and download the free version to your desktop.
Install Malwarebytes. Then close all windows and reboot in SAFE MODE WITH NETWORKING.
You can do this by hitting the F8 button at the very top of your keyboard after the bios page during the reboot.
Once your in safe mode open the malwarebytes software that you downloaded and do a scan. It will take several minutes. It should find the malware and quarintine it. Press okay to quarintine the malware files and close program.
Reboot your computer normally.
PART 2-Fixing the EXE file association Fixes for windows
GO TO: http://www.techsupportall.com/exe-file-association-fix-for-windows-xp-vista-windows7/
Click on the appropriate system you have and follow the directions.
This will provide you with the exe_file_association_fix_xp.reg file you need to run to fix the problem. *
Once you've done that reboot your computer.
PART 3-Fixing the non-working shortcuts problem in Windows XP (This part should work for other Windows operating systems but I'm not sure if it will-Sorry, the links to the other systems at DougKnox.com are down ATM-The key here is to run this little 'fix-it' file 'linkfile_fix.reg' and it will automatically replace an important file into your registry that the malware removed. You can run it right on your desktop. If it doesn't work Google 'Shortcuts don't work in Windows XP (or whatever your system is and you should find a solution)
GO TO: http://www.dougknox.com/
Click on Win XP Fixes in the left hand column.
In the center alphabetical listings find and click on 'File Association Fixes' to fix non-working shortcuts.
In that list click on 'LNK (Shortcut) File Association Fix'.
Download the zip file to your desktop.
Click on the zip file to unpack it-Unpack it to your desktop also.
Find the unpacked file-it's called: 'linkfile_fix.reg'.
Click on it to open it* and click yes when it asks you if you want the file copied to your registry.
Reboot your computer and the shortcuts problem should be fixed.
* IF YOU CAN'T OPEN the 'exe_file_association_fix_xp.reg' file or the 'linkfile_fix.reg' file do this for each file:
On your keyboard click 'control-alt-delete' at the same time which will open the 'Task Manager' control panel.
Click on 'Task Manager'.
At the top in the upper left side click on 'file' and point at 'new task'
Then press 'control' on your keyboard and and click on 'new taks' which will open a command prompt window.
In command prompt type in REGEDIT.EXE and hit enter on your keyboard-This opens your registry.
Click on the file tab in the upper left side of the registry and then click on 'import'.
This opens a 'find file' box. Point to the linkfile_fix.reg file on your desktop-then click open.
This should open the file that you couldn't open the conventional way.
Then just click yes for it to copy the file to your registry.
Close all windows and reboot your computer. When your computer reboots the shortcuts problem should be fixed.
When you're all done it would be a good idea to reboot in safe mode and rescan your system with Malwarebytes again. I just discovered and went through this entire process and my computer is completely back to normal. GOOD LUCK and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
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My first video coming soon! :)
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Just wondering how many of you guys have actually swallowed a whole load and enjoyed it. Similarily have you noticed the taste of semen.
i have to say I'm a swallower.
Comments please and also 1st time you decided to go for it.
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