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I need help putting webroot on my home computer. . I purchased webroot for my laptop and want to put it on my home computer. I had a different webroot account on my home computer when I purchased it. So, I only renewed my laptope account. When I try to transfer the laptop key code to my home computer, it does not recognize the laptop key code. Keeps saying invalid code. I know the code is good because I just renewed my webroot. Thanks.
Hi i have a problem i have some how got a systems error warning on my computor and it is telling me to contact this place and do not shut down my computor, has anyone else had this problem and how did you fix it. Thanks for any help you can give me. i have been ignoring this message and not doing anything it said to do but it is getting frustraiting.
What in the world happened to Webroot??? I lost account access months ago and realized it was because I didn't want to accept LastPass. Have now buckled to the pressure of not wanting to loose all previous passwords and tried to download Last Pass but received a note that I don't have enough memory. Good grief!!! I don't know if I have do a complete reinstall or if there is someway to resume process after providing more memory. Lots of other problems... but don't want to ramble.... oops... too late. I'm not sure if anyone will see this or respond or if I'll be able to find a response if one is posted, but I thought I'd give it a shot. This was once the best help forum I had ever experienced. Hope some of the people that made this site so special are still around. Help if you can. Thanks. kevin.
I am here to help in whatevery capacity I can. Not sure what your looking for so here it goes. I retired in 2012 and have been assisting nonprofits in creating Access databases/spreadsheets for their B2B marketing in my area, and uploading that data to their internal systems. 1981-1989 I served in the US Army at NSA where I began using computers for the first time, along with the military intranet. 1989-1999 I worked at Arizona State University as a Program Manager where I created databases in Access and assisted the University in their UAT testing for their financial, student and human resource systems. 1999-2000 I was employed at Charles Schwab as an Associate Stock Broker and IT Support Desk during their software retirement program, assisting clients in uninstalling and reinstalling vendor programs, and linking their accounts. 2000-2001 I was employed at Northern Arizona University as a Program Manager again creating databases for the Dean, and managing the IT support for
A couple months ago my scanner stopped sending wirelessly to my computer. I don’t scan all that much which is why I haven’t dealt with the problem before. The scanner works fine when a cable is connected to the computer. It is definitely a wireless communication problem. I have no trouble sending a print document wirelessly. The printer is an HP so I ran their fixit utility. It claimed to have solved the problem (it didn’t) and that the problem was a device protection was enabled that needed to be switched off. Running Windows 10. As mentioned before, all was working well up until a couple of months ago. About this time I replaced my WiFi router so there may be some relation there, but I don’t think that’s the problem. I am running Webroot Secure Anywhere and Webroot WiFi security. In searching the web for solutions, one person who had the same problem was running Bitdefender and the problem was traced to needing to allow an exception to a MAC address or something. Hence my
I just installed Webroot and now my Plugins won,t work..I,m taking online classes and the instructional videos now don't work. I went to Google Chrome and made sure that all my setting were set to Run Plugins and to ask me first, but still it does not work. And also each time I click on something I get Pop Up advertisements and all knd of stuff. I,ve ran Webroot scan and each time it says my computer is clean..so does anyone have any ideas ?
Hi All, As the subject line suggests - I've used Webroot for quite some time but Windows 10 release 1709 caused some Access Denied issues for me, hence why I have joined the Community. I am a Unix engineer by training and now a Project Manager, but a seasoned IT person who expects issues to occur. It's great to be onboard. NB: I started using Webroot when Norton 360 was chewing my PC's CPU and disk capacity a number of years ago. Cheers, Ari
Our website suntechnology dot org was affected by malware a year ago. We scraped the old source code and deleted the associated hosting account six months ago.Your Server is still blocking our domain and giving warning messages to visitors. We have been losing trust and business opportunities due to the same.Could you please review this and remove our domain suntechnology dot org from the malicious list?Thanks and regardsRemoved link ~ PTD
Hello! I hope you all are doing fine today! Well, about [u]3 or 4 years ago[/u] I gave Webroot a pretty thorough testing, but back then it [i]Repeatedly[/i] Quibbled with one of the Very Most Important programs on my PC:: AutoHotkey (aka: “AHK”), and it became such an annoyance that it eventually seemed necessary to look elsewhere. Then in just the last couple days, I happened across some articles that discussed Webroot in a very positive light . . . So I thought I needed, once again, to test whether Webroot had become friends with AHK. And . . . after many hours of testing, I thankfully have not heard one peep of complaint from my new antivirus! SO, here I am! Hopefully this time it will be for a Long Time! [i]Chuck[/i]
Hi there....first time here....got this aggrevating error message what is the blue screen of death with bsod error 333 all about? also, new to windows 10...did the free upgrade...hmm..was that a mistake or not? I welcome your humble opinions..thanks!
I recently logged onto my Wells Gargo bank account site. While on the site a pop-up appeared on my screen that said that Wells Fargo was asking me to complete a short survey on my banking experience and the bank was givng a free.gift. The questions were what the bank would have asked--how often I went to the banking center, would I recommend Wells Fargo bank, etc. Since that incident, the same pop-up and appeared on other sites that I logged onto. It looks very convincing that the company whose site you are on is asking for feedback. A free.gift is offered for completing the survey. It is a scam. How can it e detedted and stopped? I am sure my computer is now infected. Evelyn in Houston