Folks Ever once in a while a Hacker, A Scammer, or Malicious Ka Nid will Sneak in! Never I repeat Never! Click on Links in the comment postings. They are not always scanned properly. And there is a worm going around again this year. The same goes with your emails! Don’t click if you don’t Know! Remember your Mom Telling you Stranger Danger? Strange Links from People You Don’t Know can be Poisoned Candy!
Now that I got that out of the way I myself know better and yet I am always rushing around so, that I just got a blue screen attack! Whenever that screen Pops Up as quick as possible click out of the Browser and do a re-start! By Killing the Browser and doing a restart! It just Might delete or disallow the Hackers Install.
If the worm is faster then you are. Its going cost you a trip to to GEEK Squad or a Visit from them. And any words of about $189.00 dollars and up! Just to try and clean your computer of the worm.
They need to start imprisoning these Vicious people! Get yourself and external Back Up of at Least a one Terra Bite and Do Regular weekly Backups. And Back Up after you install new programs and Hardware.
Get another External Back and Install Your Antivirus programs on it. Keep them Separate. This One with the Antivirus also has your Known to be good Monthly Back up of your system. After the Antivirus scan onto this External Backup So you don’t backup a Virus!
It almost always allows you to be saved. But they are getting better and better with their evil works. Better not to click on Strange Or Odd placed Links.
These People tick me off to no end and if ever I caught one. They would be beaten to death with the last Computer they destroyed of mine.
External Hard Drives:
External hard disk drives
External hard disk drives[n] typically connect via USB; variants using USB 2.0 interface generally have slower data transfer rates when compared to internally mounted hard drives connected through SATA.
Plug and play drive functionality offers system compatibility and features large storage options and portable design. As of March 2015, available capacities for external hard disk drives range from 500 GB to 8 TB.
External hard disk drives are usually available as pre-assembled integrated products, but may be also assembled by combining an external enclosure (with USB or other interface) with a separately purchased drive.
They are available in 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch sizes; 2.5-inch variants are typically called portable external drives, while 3.5-inch variants are referred to as desktop external drives.
“Portable” drives are packaged in smaller and lighter enclosures than the “desktop” drives; additionally, “portable” drives use power provided by the USB connection, while “desktop” drives require external power bricks.
There are pre-assembled external hard disk drives that, when taken out from their enclosures, cannot be used internally in a laptop or desktop computer due to embedded USB interface on their printed circuit boards, and lack of SATA (or Parallel ATA) interfaces.
CYA Later Taters!
Thanks for Stopping by.
Donnie/ Sinbad the Sailor Man