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I'm need to locate the registry commands that force VISTA's FILE SHARE access to stay shut off. The default status of FILESHARE in VISTA is suppose to be "OFF" (its set that way when the computer is first taken out of the box), so there IS a REGISTRY switch. I can't locate it. BACKGROUND INFO:Someone implanted code in my registry to control my FILE SHARE process. I know this for a number of reasons - not the least of which is that no matter what I do, I can't seem to permanently turn off "file share". I can accesss the command through CNTL PNL / Networking selection, and, it will appear to
There are four files that I need to download but I keep getting an error message that windows cannot download the file. The files are .pbd. It looks like I have registry errors? How can I get rid of them for free; really free?