Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
Webroot® SecureAnywhere™ - Complete
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Sometime ago I backed up some data via the program. I thought it would make a copy of what was on hd and would sync as computer was changed within the said data. What it did was "move" the data. Is there a way copy the data back to the computer and have it update on the cloud as it is changed? Or do I have to "move" the data back to the computer?
I've been having an interment issue when I use the Webroot Login to login to a website. Sometimes when I log off that page, IE will start duplicating or opening the web page that I currently was logged into, about 5 times. When I try to close them, one at a time, it will continue to open webpages and finally stop. This only happens when I use the Webroot login and have no problems logging in manually.
Discovered McAfee is still on my pc when they billed me for another year :@ Called them and got that issue resolved but after searching internet and some posts in this forum, regarding McAfee, I find it seems to be all over the place in my pc. When I clicked on McAfee folders a drop-down menu offered some different choices,amoung them : "scan with webroot" (which I did & no threats were found), "Webroot permanently erase" and another option "Delete" (which I assume is Windows). In my pc I do not have anything McAfee listed in my uninstall program section, yet I seem to be finding McA. folders all over the place. When I have clicked on "delete" Windows File Operation requests my permission to make changes to my computer (I assume that deleting the files are the changes), sometimes when I click delete I get a "recycling window" . I also found a software removal tool (from Google, but I don't really have any idea what it would do or what it
When logging on, I'm seeing a message, blue background with: Driver unloaded without cancelling pending operation with a number to call: 1-855-267-4256. Called the number and was told that I was calling Belden. No where on the message does it indicate what company you're calling and when the auto attendant answers no company name is given either. Person that answered spoke with a very heavy accent and wanted to know the system I'm running etc. Blue screen also indicates: Host: Blue screen error: OxOOOOOOCE. Can anyone help please? Thanks.
We received a popup warning from our Webroot that it is infected. How is this possible? We’ve run deep scans, Windows Defender, and downloaded and run the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool. Even though Webroot eventually showed 2 threats removed, the warning shows up again. Now what?
While using password manager, I need to have a pause of about 5 seconds before the manager starts loading fields. The site I am going to takes a little time to load and the manager is trying to load the fields before the site is ready. How can I make password manager wait?
I've posted concerning problems I've had with hacking in the past and although the situation has gotten better, I still have lag times as if someone is using my processor. I've removed all the games that were pre-installed in an attempt help with the speed. It's a satelitte laptop and although I'm far from being a "computer geek/god", even I know when I'm not scrolling, but the screen absolutely is scrolling. I'm pretty much beyond annoyed with these people at this point and would greatly appreciate suggestions from my software community.
Webroot filtering software on version v220.127.116.11 keeps crashing my browser. Is there a fix in the works yet? I read this happens to IE11 and Firefox 40.0.3. The only remedy (now) is to disable the add-on which I would prefer not to do. Is there another WR update planned to resolve this issue? Thanks!
Everytime I run "scan my computer" using the webroot secureanywhere complete I get "4" threats removed (see image). How can I find out which "threats" were removed. I have saved the scan log. Can somebody help me? [img]https://sites.google.com/site/altikisandbox/_/rsrc/1344392225013/home/screen.png[/img] Thanks!!
As of August, XP users still composed 37% of the Windows community. After 4/8/14, in the absence of Windows XP patches, can we still depend on SecureAnywhere for protection? While upgrading for me will involve a new PC and O/S, the current XP unit will continue to be used. Thank you.
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