just installed thinkpoint... now, the computer does not turn off

Hello

Downloaded thinkpoint... now the computer does not turn off

never had this problem before.

Hello

Downloaded thinkpoint... now the computer does not turn off

never had this problem before.

ThinkPoint can be a virus, google for info also run superantispyware and av prog.

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