I'm sorry about the issue. That was certainly a scam. That was a fake popup message. Usually, you just shut down / restart the computer and the issue should be resolved. Please always ignore any popup window message (or email message or phone call) that you do not know or that you are not expecting.
Can you do a system restore and select the date before this issue first occur, and change your important account passwords, such as email, facebook, online banking, etc., if you use?
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To do a system restore, press at the same time the two keys Windows logo and R on the computer's keyboard, then type rstrui then click OK, then the System Restore window should open. Then select the option Choose a different restore point at bottom, if shown. Then click on Next, and restore the computer to any date before this issue first occurred.
- If you do not know how to change any password ***** yours, please let me know, so I can provide the instructions.
- Also, whenever you need computer support, you would contact a support company yourself. No legitimate company would contact you randomly nor they would display popup messages automatically on your computer's screen.
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