WWII mod (Battle of the Bulge) -1 reply

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Mikouen VIP Member


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#21 11 years ago

And/or install Avast Home Edition, which is free and pretty much scans files before they even get on your computer thanks to it's on-access scanner.

But yeah, the problem in that case was that you downloaded a trojan dropper. Mods are becoming an increasingly popular ruse for distributing those, as are trainers and No-CD cracks and just about anything else game-related.

I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.

Botdra Lar'les

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#22 11 years ago

I tried that Inyri. Nada. Meh, whatever, it's over now.


the dude

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#23 11 years ago

lmao game mod destroyed ur pc :rofl: :Puzzled:



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#24 11 years ago

unless the virus had corrosive acid in it theres always a way to wipe the drive, just depends if your willing to lose all your prescious donkey porn downloads lol

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#25 11 years ago

yeah i have to say after all that it would have been easier to just reinstall windows, plus any viruses and such would definitely be gone. You know anyone else miss the days of windows 95 where you could just reboot in dos mode and just do Format C: