Windows 10: Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source

Discus and support Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; I wanted to download resource packs for minecraft, big mistake as it seems to use Adfly amongst other websites as download links. Well, I clicked... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by rcu1995, Jul 27, 2019.

  1. rcu1995 Win User

    Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source


    I wanted to download resource packs for minecraft, big mistake as it seems to use Adfly amongst other websites as download links. Well, I clicked "Allow" on the upper left corner of chrome because I thought that it was needed.
    I now seem to get strange pop-ups from windows 10 alerts, (they are "sponsored ads" from some website p4.maranhesduve.club, which I do NOT trust at all).
    I have never gotten ads before, but they now come in quick succession of eachother (at least 3 at a time, every 10ish minutes), all from that same website.
    I need to know if I accidentally messed something up in Chrome, or if I have gotten a virus on my pc. Ran a "quick" security scan and got nothing.
    Also deleted the resource pack and contents from my computer completely.

    - - - Updated - - -

    I clicked the gear icon on the alert and went to the Google Chrome Notification settings. This allowed me to move the Site to my blocked list and the notifications have since stopped. Hopefully this will help others who may have run into this problem with chrome. It makes sense seeing as though I did press allow on that popup alert in the browser. Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source :)
    Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source [​IMG]


    :)
     
    rcu1995, Jul 27, 2019
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  2. topgundcp Win User

    Source to use for DISM on Windows 10


    This is not completely true. The suggestion is to download the Techbench version and use DISM to apply to install.wim directly. However, you can also use the version download from MCT except it will involve an extra step as follows:
    1. Use the latest version of 7-Zip to extract the content of install.esd. For example: to a folder xxx on the desktop
    2. From Admin command prompt:
      Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\xxx\windows /LimitAccess

    See screen shot, the contents of install.wim and install.esd are exactly the same.


    Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source [​IMG]
     
    topgundcp, Jul 27, 2019
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  3. reminder alerts

    Hi BobbWW,

    This is not supported by Windows Phone and is a frequently asked request. I would suggest adding your vote to one of the User Voice items that asked for repeating alerts. Like this one:

    Repeating alert, after receiving a text, email or voicemail.
    Microsoft uses the User Voice site to solicit feedback and feature requests.
     
    Christopher Miller, Jul 27, 2019
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  4. poud Win User

    Used Adfly, now continue to receive Windows 10 Ads Alerts from source

    Source to use for DISM on Windows 10


    hmm...

    I assumed they were the same all along so I tried simply COPYING the .esd AND the .wim out, and tried to use them but that didn't work either. Now that you mention EXTRACTING it out, that maybe makes more sense.

    I thought the .esd version was encrypted. Does 7-zip take care of that?
     
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