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Microsoft Released A Virus! It’s in Your Computer!

Friday, September 28th, 2007

This article is based on information that is provided by many diffrent sources but was first discovered by ZDnet as far as we know.  This is why I am using ZDnet as my primary source.

Microsoft has sent out a Virus to all XP and Vista computers but it only has a negative effect on XP computers. The idea of this virus (assuming it was constructed on purpose) is to make people want to use Vista by making it almost impossible for Techs like myself to fix an XP computer. Wait just a minute you say. Justin is telling me that Microsoft sent out a Virus and it’s on my PC? Yes that is correct. What is the definition of a computer virus?

definition of a computer virus


A computer program that is designed to replicate itself by copying itself into the other programs stored in a computer. It may be benign or have a negative effect, such as causing a program to operate incorrectly or corrupting a computer’s memory.

But does this program from Microsoft actually do this? YES! it may or may not be designed to but it does.
It replicates itself by copying itself into the other programs stored in a computer from the Microsoft server. It does have a negative effect which results in you not being able to do windows updates after trying to repair a Windows XP computer effectively making the customer want to use Vista since it is not affected by this problem yet. It does corrupt the computer’s memory with a bad version of the normal functioning program. So yes it’s a Virus. And you did get it without asking for it.

So how to get rid of it? Click Here


Further proof that Microsoft has a motive to stop XP from selling. 

By the way there is also proof that Microsoft Fix it tools don’t actually work in XP. 

If you are like me and you don’t trust Microsoft any more you can  contact me and let me know if you need to get rid of Microsoft products on your PC and use a superior system made by the people for the people.

Lewis Clark Linux Fest is a First in Lewiston Idaho!

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Click Here for Lewis Clark Linux Fest Full details.

I have colaborated with some fine individuals to start a Linux Fest in Lewiston Idaho.

We need to get a forum up. I have one here.

There. That should be plenty good a place to do our thing. Let me know if it is not.

If you use Vista or XP you should read this!

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

If you use Vista or XP you should read this by clicking here!

A Chance to Start the Redemption.

Friday, September 21st, 2007

If you look at the blog, there is one missing post, and for a good reason. What I did lacked professionalism, and I was rightfully slammed for it. Take note to whoever reads this blog: Until further notice, I will no longer submit my own content to LXer.  To any other authors of this blog, present and future, I don’t care if you submit content of your own to them.  It’s your words, not mine.  You should feel free to do whatever you wish with what you write.  I just ask that you not submit any of my content to LXer.  Why? Instead of promoting myself, I need to earn the privilege of being promoted by others. The only way that is going to happen is to start working harder on what I am doing and to stop procrastinating. So, since I did so much damage, why not try to do some good to start making up for it?

First Up, ACCRC!

What is it you ask? ACCRC stands for Alameda County Computer Resource Center. It is an organization that accepts old electronics from computers that they in turn use to make systems for those who are in need of one. That means those old Dell OptiPlex systems have a place to go. Due to recent events, they are now accepting donations via PayPal. With any growing organization, new expenses may arise, especially ones that sneak up in the most unexpected way. So, check these guys out and please, please, please….. Help them out financially by clicking the PayPal button on their site.

Next, Lobby4Linux Has a Shot at Doing Some Real Good!

I mean, even more so than ever!  Imagine walking into a store, and finding disks with distributions of Linux-based Operating Systems to purchase at a nominal fee.  helios is setting up a disk drive of sorts, but they need your help to get it off the ground.  It’s not like he can spend anymore of his money.  Why?  It’s called having a family that will murder you if you reach into their communal wallet one more time……  😉

Their target is $550.   Just go to this site here, and look for the logo shown below.  Note that in order to make sure they get exactly $1 (the idea being to get 1 a month), they added 34 cents to cover the PayPal fee.  So if you want to give more than a buck, just edit it after you hit the donate button.

Lobby4Linux BuckAMonth Logo

 And while you’re at it, check out what helios has to offer on his site.  Helios Solutions is a group that will help other people to install alternatives to Microsoft solutions onto their computers.  He has had some very rave reviews so far.  For those who are a little too scared to install said alternatives on their own, give him a jingle.  He will be able to help you out.  😀

The Highly Unreliable Times 19-17-07 Issue 3

Monday, September 17th, 2007

This is the Highly Unreliable Times Issue 3. Click Here TheHighlyUnreliableTimes19-17-07

There is some new and interesting news in this issue as well as my personal blogs. Feel free to comment. Let me know if there is anything you want in the next issue.

How To Get A Full Refund For The Preinstalled Microsoft Software That Comes On Your PC!

Saturday, August 4th, 2007

Click Here To Listen
In this episode you will hear a Live phone call between me and ACER Aspire after calling ACER and asking if they would give me a refund the first time they told me that Wall Mart put the Microsoft software on the computers and all they did was Hardware. Then I went to Wall Mart, After I went to Wall Mart they told me to Call ACER because they get the laptops straight from acer to each store. I called them at the store and ACER agreed this time. I went home and called ACER this is the conversation you are listening to with guy number 3 and then finaly 4. Now I can return Microsoft WIndows Vista to ACER! Finaly a MS Free computer. WHA HA HA I finaly got threw to someone who understood the EULA! YAY Cool ACER needs to better train their employees on the EULA and their return policy.

Letting the cat out of the bag Ultumix The Ultumite Linux Distrobution!

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

Ultumix [WWW]

Ultumix is a new idea for the Linux community. The idea here is to allow users to directly complain about the problems in all the distros and tell us about the Features they want that are in or are not in any of the distros. The end result will be a mix between Ubuntu / Vector Linux / and PCLinuxOS. This mix will have the following key features:

1. A version without a bloated kernel striped down like Vector Linux to run with only 64 MB of RAM 2. Automaticaly installs most common features that everyone agrees should be included with Linux but does not auto start these apps until the user specifies that they do. 3a. Allows for Debian, RPM, Windows Executables, and regular soruce code to be compiled and installed on one distro. 3b. Has the ability to install a Server / Desktop kernel as an update. 4. Have a Media Center Based version that has LinuxMCE installed on it. 5. Have a Server edition that has only server components but can have desktop components added later from the same package manager.

In short it will have everything the user wants and nothing that they don’t.

I need help accessing the CVS repositories and uploading the CLFS that we will base this on.

It will run on x86 x64 and PPC. Any help would be much appreciated. 

WA State Computer Lab linked to Ubuntu and other Linux communities!

Thursday, August 2nd, 2007

To see the source go here

Ubuntu is in the interest of dominating the World with Linux. I decided to join in on the effort even though I despise Debian as an OS. I bit the bullet and now many many people are helping me to set up a community center in my local area for Idaho and East Washington. It sounds like things are going well. Of course i’m still short on funding so if you want to help send money to the pay pal account So if you want to learn more or help go to

Ubuntu Studio… A Forwarning…

Thursday, July 19th, 2007

It’s not looking good folks.  Plenty of audio tools, but little in the way of video.  The main problem is that most of the video applications that I’m trying aren’t working very well.  So expect a very harsh review of Ubuntu Studio to come very soon.

Warning to the Imposter: Cease and Desist!

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

Yesterday, while I was busy preparing to help a friend in need, an imposter entered the TruthNet Radio chat room and started saying that 9/11 Truth was out the window, or something to that effect.  Take note: it wasn’t me.

Now a warning to whoever did this.  Your defamation of my own character will not be tolerated.  Do it again, and you will hear from an attorney.