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andrewweb
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Fix it tool

hello, has anyone has any idea what is the recommended Asus desktop fix it tool which is recommended by virginmedia broadband?

had lost it as I saw appear on my new computer as I wanted to get them back on again, but can anyone help getting it back again as it gone off the computer accidentally somehow.

andrew.

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MrHalfAsleep
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Not sure what you mean Andrew.  There doesn't seem to be any reference to this on these boards or an internet search in general, nor can I find it on their website.







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@andrewweb wrote:

hello, has anyone has any idea what is the recommended Asus desktop fix it tool which is recommended by virginmedia broadband?

had lost it as I saw appear on my new computer as I wanted to get them back on again, but can anyone help getting it back again as it gone off the computer accidentally somehow.

andrew.


Do you mean the "Gadget Rescue" Daily PC Healthcheck  noted here:  https://help.virginmedia.com/system/templates/selfservice/vm/help/customer/locale/en-GB/portal/20030... ?

If it is, personally I would not bother with it.

It's just a way to get you to sign up to an extra paid for service which you probably don't need.

Or is it this utility provided by Asus: https://www.asus.com/uk/support/FAQ/1011117/# ?




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