Would it be difficult to burn a copy of medical records that are password protected and under EXE to Zip file
The instructions drag the exe medical record file to desktop, rename it Zip, and open a Winzip program (i baught) I have a Macbook pro but never have i owned one before and add that to my inexperience in burning cps.
Im just wondering if I could get my Moms (she passed away) record cd copied so i can have one back up copy. When you b urn the cd, does it still prompt you password (not a problem) but is it possible or is the security on the medical records cd going to prevent someone from burning the copy
submitted by Freckas
Uninstalled Chromium Malware, and now can uninstall through "Add/Remove Programs", but I'm prompted to let it make changes to this computer, and I don't know if it's a legitimate uninstall
I was trying to relive my childhood and play Simpsons Hit and Run, so I went to abandonware, got the files, and needed Daemon Tools, alright. I believe Daemon installed Opera, Avast Anti-virus, and WinZip. Luckily WinZip and Opera were seemingly legit, and uninstalled like normal. And then came Avast which, as any reputable anti-virus software might do, seemingly installed Chromium malware when I went to uninstall it.
I was able to halt Chromiums activities, delete the contents of the files, but can't delete the folders, since they're still in use in another program. I can now see Chromium in the list of software to uninstall, but it prompts me to let it make changes to the computer as part of the uninstall process. You know, that generic "Would you like this software to make changes to your computer?" prompt. I'm really not sure what to do and just want this out of here. I'm not versed enough in dealing with viruses or anything, and I don't know if somehow it can just reassemble itself or something. I'm on a Dell desktop running Windows 10.
Thanks for any advice.
submitted by furon747