G'day, I'm Ed, I live in the Central-West of NSW Australia. You'll see here: Hot rods, Kustoms, Muscle Cars, Pin-up & Tattooed Ladies.
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rogueideas:

Australian Charger for sale at #waggaswapmeet #chrysler #charger #musclecars #70s #heycharger #forsale

How much did they want for it? Looks like a good example of the Aussie classic.There’s a mad old Val Charger which gets around Cowra. Dirty as hell, covered in dents and scratches but boy it sounds awesome!

rogueideas:

Australian Charger for sale at #waggaswapmeet #chrysler #charger #musclecars #70s #heycharger #forsale


How much did they want for it? Looks like a good example of the Aussie classic.
There’s a mad old Val Charger which gets around Cowra. Dirty as hell, covered in dents and scratches but boy it sounds awesome!

HELP!!!

Ok so I just installed a bunch of updates on my computer (Toshiba laptop running Windows 7).

They all seemed to install correctly, but when the computer shut down and rebooted, a whole heap of boxes popped up saying “windows cannot open this file”…

The things it was saying it can’t open are:

- AvastUI.exe
- TSleepSrv.exe
- ToshibaServiceStation.exe
- reader_sl.exe
- AdobeARM.exe
- Monitor.exe
- TeaTimer.exe
- GoogleUpdate.exe
- TosReelTimeMonitor.exe
- TosNcCore.exe
- TosVolRegulator.exe
- TosWaitSrv.exe
- Teco.exe
- SynTPEnh.exe
- SAIICpl.exe
- TCrdMain.exe
- HSON.exe
- TPwrMain.exe

I don’t know but some of those sound all technical and important…Does anyone know why they suddenly all don’t work? Obviously it’s from something to do with the updates…I don’t have a system restore point to go back to really either.

I can’t open any Windows program (e.g. Windows Movie Maker, Photo Gallery, Windows Live Mail), I can’t open my Avast antivirus program, as well as several others.

Got any idea what might have happened?
Any help would be very much appreciated!