answersLogoWhite

0

  • Downloader Viruses
  • PSW Spyware
  • Windows XP

How do you remove the Windows XP Trojan psw agent cgp?

User Avatar

Wiki User

βˆ™ 2011-09-12 20:36:58

Best Answer
Copy

You need to run these 5 essential steps to remove all the spyware on your computer.

1. Run Deckard's System Scanner (DSS)

2. Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

3. Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot

4 Run Superantispyware

5. Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web CureIt!

Install threat fire which will enhance your antivirus protection

AnswerYou can remove Trojan psw agent cgp from your computer by following these steps .

1 Download and intall the Malwarebytes on your computer .

2 Update your Malwarebytes .

3 Scan your computer for all the malwares in your computer .

4 Remove all the malwares , found while scanning with the malwarebytes .

5 Restart your computer .

2011-09-12 20:36:58
This answer is:
πŸ€“
🀯
πŸ€”
User Avatar

Your Answer

Loading...

Related Questions

When was CGP - books - created?

CGP - books - was created in 1995.


Why i can't convert 3GP to my zune player?

you need a cgp to zune converter, such as video to zune converter,


What is the easiest way to study maths?

the internet- bite size revision cgp revision guides stuff like that


What is the airport code for Shah Amanat International Airport?

The airport code for Shah Amanat International Airport is CGP.


What is a good book for year 6 sats?

CGP books are really good for Sat's- look for key stage 2 or year six ones. you can get Math Science and English ones.


What two metals are commonly used to make cans?

The metal that is commonly used in a can is iron. lol xxxxxx^^^^^^Don't Like Lol'sOk, Aluminium is one. By the way did you ask this from the CGP questions?


How do you vary a melody in five ways?

erm ask your teacher because i just done that yesterday in my music lesson haha find a book not the internet try cgp gcse books or bitesize


What is a good science book for gcse?

This will depend on your personal learning style and the syllabus you are studying. I advise asking your teacher for recommendations, you may even be able to order from the school at a discount. Personally, I found Letts and CGP the best for my needs, but there are many other good aides available.Check the related links.


What do you learn in preparation for ks2 sats?

Well there are lots of websites you can search through the engine, but a really helpful place to look is a CGP KS2 revision guide if you have one, otherwise try the bbc bitesize revision. It is a really good revision source and is very clear. Good luck if you are taking the exam !!


How do you have an A in physics?

First of all, when ever you are answering a question, look through your notes. I find CGP revision guides are brilliant, and if your notes aren't any good then they always help to simplify it for me. And thirdly, learn the formulas, once oyu have learnt the formulas everything else will fall into place. Good Luck.


What is the best revision guide?

Most people would say the CGP guides, which are pretty good and are great for some light revision. If you have an iPhone though, there are loads of really good revision apps which are a lot cheaper. My favourite are the 'RevisionNerd Biology' and 'RevisionNerd Chemistry' apps for GCSE. They're clear and concise, but probably the biggest advantage is the fact that they're portable, and that they're only £1.19. Hope this helps!


What is the scope of industrial engineering in India?

i am also an b.tech student of the same in nit jalandhar. i think there is a lot of scope in ind. and prod. eng. As our India is on the verge getting tottaly industrialized so its value in future should be on the peak of all among .As it includes production so it includes all i.e.,from prod. of needle to aircraft. so don't get worried about it .Inutshell the one thing matter is yours degree's nos./yours CGP.


What is the best science GCSE revision guide?

I find CGP guides are pretty good for this revision as they show most of the information needed to learn for the exam in a suitable and helpful way. Alternatively, if you have an iPhone there are some good revision apps available. My favourite were the 'RevisionNerd Biology' and 'RevisionNerd Chemistry' apps. They're only £1.19, are really clear and the obvious bonus is that they're portable. I had a look on this site it seemed to know some things about it to help with activities to do to remmber the units. http://www.docbrown.info/page01/ExIndChem/ExIndCheme.htm


What is the best basic math book?

There are many choices: See Grade 1: Houghton Mifflin Math EnVision Math HSP Math Math Connect Math Expression Grade 2: Houghton Mifflin Math Harcourt Math EnVision Matth HSP Math Math Connect Math Expression Grade 3: Math Expression EnVision Math Math Connect


You are taking triple science at gcse what revision guides do you need?

It depends on the course. I am taking Triple Science OCR. Therefore we useGCSE Science for OCR B - Gateway Science. Your school should be able to accuire them for you.http://www.collinseducation.com/series/pages/seriesshow.aspx?Level1=Secondary&Level2=&SeriesTitle=GCSE%20Science%20for%20OCR%20B%20%E2%80%93%20Gateway%20ScienceGet the CGP revision books and use bitesize like a machine on steriods. GCSEs are important so dont screw up or the rest of your life will be a uphill struggle to capture any reasonable job and or friends.


How many light years are in one para-second?

A parasecond is actually the long name of a parsec. The name originated in 1913 when light years were being used to measure distances to far away stars. The numbers were getting too high so a scientist (not sure which one) suggested a new unit named a parasecond (shortened to parsec) by combining he two words "parallax" and "arcsecond". Hence why any star with a parallax angle of 1 arcsecond is one parsec away. 1 parsec is roughly 3 light years. Sources: Wikipedia (I know it's not reliable) and the OCR 21st Century CGP Physics revision guide for GCSE Triple Science.


Why is continuous assessment needed?

Introduction:-Continuous assessment is used for the calculate the marks is every type of work in College as for the test marks, home work, term paper marks in this term the calculate the every marks and the final fine the total is beast of two that is the Continuous assessment.The Continuous assessment is use to mainly calculate the TGPA and the CGP.Continuous Assessment is assessments (evaluations) that take place over a period of time. In other words you will be assessed right through your learning process and not only after the learning process. By doing continuous assessment you can track the improvement (if any) of the learner, you will be able to give more support and guidance, and the learner will have more opportunities to improve.Characteristics· It is comprehensive.· It is cumulative.· It is diagnostic.· Continuous assessment is formative.· It is guidance-oriented.· It is systematic in nature.Advantage:-Continuous assessment can provide early indicators of the likely performance of students, something that can be of great help to the students themselves - as for they have some mistake in your Marks then you would be transfer the marks.And the other hand its use to both students and the faculty. It can also provide to the exactly what has been learned by a particular stage of the course.


How do you do a gcse?

How I wish on the day of choosing my GCSEs aged thirteen someone would've told me what I knew now. So hopefully I'm going to stop people making the mistakes that I did and try to show you that GCSEs are important despite what people say. Firstly if you or someone else is choosing your GCSE options, tell me which group do you fit under? 1) I would like to achieve the best grades I can. 2) I would like to do subjects I enjoy the most. Think carefully, and make this the basis of your descision. Don't choose both, one MUST be more important than the other. If you chose number 1, then think about: 1) The subjects you are best at. 2) Can you keep your interest going for 1.75 years? 3) And most importantly what is the teaching like? If you want to get good grades stay away from the departments with lazy teachers seeing as they often don't work much harder in the GCSE years. Those lazy ones wont mark and guide you with the all important coursework and will just send it off without you knowing. Oh how I know that. If you were at a school like me who stupidly gave out reports after option time, consider and ask your teachers how you are doing now, and how you'd cope with GCSE. I also advise you to start thinking of the grades you want. These grades you'd like could be a long way off and you'll need to start working hard to achieve them. Don't ever leave revision/coursework until the last minute. If you chose number 2, then you have little to consider. If you like the subject it is likely that you will excel however don't expect all the teachers to be so enthusiastic. Whichever option you chose, TRY and not cut your options off and I know it's difficult but consider what career you'd like. If you have a slight idea that a textile teacher could be your thing, but don't want to waste your options - you may regret it so take it! Also consider your A-level choices (yes, really), it will be very difficult to take Chemistry A-level if you haven't done it at GCSE. Whatever you do, don't be stupid and take all the same options as you friends. Fair enough if these are the subjects you want to do, but even by choosing the same options you are not garanteed to get in their classes anyway and also that is the fun of year 10/11, most friendship groups are split up and all the year joints together meaning you can make new friends. I did and I'm not hugely sociable. The subject guide: You are very likely to be taking English Language, English Literature and Maths. Although schools have different policys on the science. My advice is to do at least 2 GCSEs in science whether that be Science Dual Award (covers all three sciences) or do two individual sciences. I would not advise you to take the single award, when applying for jobs and university they prefer you to have more knowledge than a single award can give. Don't be tempted by the schools idea of doing an easier GCSE and a single award to replace the double award. Languages: I cannot stress how important these are to take. It is no longer the law for students to take them but often you do have to take them. If it is a choice then take a language GCSE unless you are terrible at them. Why? We have language shortages in both teachers, A-levels, degrees and GCSEs and guess what? Employers love you to have linguistic ability, it will make you 1000X more employable than someone without. Hummanities: Traditional, respected and full of skills. These are great to carry on to further study and employers and universities alike will love to see these at GCSE and A-level. Technology: These are good for the practical people among us, they may not be of much use to those who are not or not intending to do a practical job, however they do show other skills and creativity. Definitely tak e if you a re planning an Apprentiship in building, plumbing etc. Beware though, the technology subjects such as textiles mean a lot more work (which is harder too) than food technology. Modern subjects: Media Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Child Development: In my opinion these subjects are used by school to get the less able/less interested more interested and most employers do not value them. The first three should be left until A-level (although I would rather argue degree level or not at all), they can't teach to indepthly so I feel there is little worth learning. Child Development is suited to those who want a career with young children and I shall not argue with that. GNVQs: Approach with caution. The intermediate is worth 4 GCSEs and the Part 1 is worth 2 GCSEs. These can be taken in all sorts of subjects, which are made to look fun by schools to attract more youngsters and thus try and improve the percentage of 5A*-C. These are NOT suitable for the very able, and the Distinction grade (worth either 4A's or 2A's) is very much out of reach to all students. If you are clever and thinking of taking a GNVQ, then don't...take 2 GCSEs in good subjects such as history and a language. However, if you are a level 4/5 student or even 5/6 student this type of course may be for you, particularly if you are thinking of entering work after GCSEs or A/AS-Levels. At level 4/5 you may find it a bit challenging, however trust me, if you work you will be rewarded with a pass (c), or even a (b). There is little way of failing if you work. At level 5/6 you wont find it challenging although the workload is heavy for any student. Other GCSEs: Art is quite an easy GCSE or so I heard seeing as nothing can be wrong. It's a good GCSE to take, it's rather respected and shows you have creativity. PE isn't really much use unless you want to work in the sports sector when you're older in which it is a goo d GCSE to take. <br > Starting your GCSEs: Anyone who says the workload is unmanagable is lying. You can put as much work in as you like but be warned, the more you put in the more you are likely to get out. There will be occassions when you have several subjects worth of coursework, but you can do it! Homework: You may find you get very little or lots of homework in the next two years. If you're teachers aren't strict you can decide not to do it, but beware this may lower their expectations of you and you may get little help when you really need it. Homework usually goes over the things you've learnt in class, and get a revision guide to help you with it - it's always easier that way! However if you prefer thirty mintues could be better spent doing some revision from a revision guide. Top tips for coursework: * Write English coursework on the computer in both draft and final plan. Why? It's so much more difficult writing it by hand seeing as you can't edit it so much, or change words so easily. * Another best tip is to get hold of a markscheme for coursework. Visit the exam board websites (www.aqa.org.UK, www.wjec.org.UK, www.edexcel.org.UK, www.ocr.org.UK) and find the specification for your GCSE, this usually has markscheme contained in it meaning you can match your work to the points. * Get it done on time, if not before hand. To be honest, coursework can be fun and you'll feel very proud getting it done early and to a high standard. * Use the internet. I do not encourage stealing coursework (and the teachers will know, honestly and you'll get unentered for all your exams) but looking at others' coursework can be helpful to getting an idea what it should look like. As I said don't copy, it'll be very noticable when teachers see it contain information which they haven't taught. Social life: Aft 14-16, the social scene hots up, and you'll have to make your descision whether you want to be part of it. Alcohol and other illegal activities will have started to go on and you'll also start to settle with the same group of good friends. "Playing out", will now turn into cozy mature get togethers or a 'p*ss up in the park'. So what do you do? Firstly, your education should be made priority. And if you have good friends, they will understand that and hopefully have the same idea. If you can successfully manage a good social life and GCSE life, then good for you. But if you feel like your social life is getting in the way of your GCSE life, it's time to stop it/limit it and concentrate on your GCSEs. I wouldn't advise the "illegal activities route", you'll never be the studious year 9 you once where, and everything will seem so boring and pointless. You'll wont be able to go back, honestly - I've seen it happen. If you're social life can involve studying at each others houses, then great! A number one tip is to not listen to your friends when they say "I haven't done any revision", and think that makes it okay for you to not do any either. One they may be lying, and you'll know when they get 98%, two would you jump off a cliff if they did? And three, it's your grade and you should work for it! Mock Exams: Most schools have them at around Easter in year 10, and Christmas in year 11. Teachers will tell you to revise for them as if they were the real ones and you can do. Or you can not do, and hopefully you'll be disappointed and realise how much you have to work. Either way is a good way for motivating yourself to get higher grades. Revision Material: Firstly visit here: http://www.ldpride.net/learning_style.HTML . This is very useful and will show you how you learn best. If your an auditory learner, reading books may not be the best idea, but re ading them out loud will help. Books: CGP: I absolutely hate these books and I know that they often miss parts of the syllabus out and add useless information in. The books practically underline everything, and the pictures/and jokes are both distracting and annoying. At £4.50, they test you on the useless stuff and they contain no practise exam papers. Letts: These are expensive, but worth it. Often books contain both revision and useful practise questions however you can buy just revision guide and just practise papers. These books don't go too overboard in colour or pictures. The practise papers/questions contain answers which you can compare yours to and have an indication of what grade you will have got. They also show you how to improve on this grade. BBC Bitesize: Like CGP books aren't syllabus specific meaning you'll get lots of useless things. These books don't go overboard on colour and pictures and contain brief comments from examinations with their practise questions. Interactive CD-Roms: Visit www.amazon.co.UK for a selection of different CD-ROMS. These are good as they often contain revision plans which tell you what to revise and when (how many hours you do a week is up to you). There are revision material which combines pictures, sounds and interactive quizes aswell as proper exam papers. The only problem with these is they are no exam specific again. Index Cards: Apparantly these are still available in WH-Smiths and contain ready printed material although I have yet to find them. However you can buy index cards and print your own revision material on these to make revision more managble. Online revision: I assume you'll be used to using these sites before with your SATs. In order this is what I would recommend. * www.schoolsnet.com * www.s-cool.co.UK * www.bbc.co.UK/revision The first two are quite good, if not syllabus specific meaning you could be learning things you don't need. I cannot stress how useful it is to visit the exam board websites (as mentioned earlier) and look at past papers and markschemes. You can test yourself with these past papers which will be like yours and then check the markschme to see how well you did. Worship the markscheme and think of how the examiner will mark your test. The actual GCSEs: The time has likely to have flown by, and if you have been stupid and not revised whilst you were still at school it is likely you'll have study leave so use it wisely. Do not be stupid like I was and on the first week revise nothing because you have three exams which you 'cannot revise for' and also cannot learn anything else because the next exams are after half term. Revise a subject for half an hour a day, it makes it so much easier, you'll feel better and it is good to not have to cram so much. Remember, a bit of hard work wont harm you, you'll have ages off after they are over with no work to do at all! When you are actually revising the best tip is to not worry about it sinking in, because worrying makes it so much harder for it to go in. Just keep reading it like it is you're favourite magazine and you'll be fine! Comming out of exam believing you've messed it up is tough and very upsetting. But how many times have you come out of non-public exams and thought you'd messed it up but it wasn't so bad after all? Plenty? I have. You wont get your results back for another 2/3 months so there is no point in worrying. Why are GCSEs so important? My first paragraph mentioned their importance, and are you really still wondering how I could justify that? Not only do you learn so much of important stuff you usually need them to further your career. * A full set of A*/A and a few Bs is required for the top 5 universities - otherwise you have a lot of explaining to do and will need a lot of luck. * A good set of GCSEs is needed for the other universities, and the same will apply above. * C grades in maths, English and Science is required for all university degrees. * At least 5A*-C's are needed to enter further education. * 5A*-C's are needed for aprentiships. * Apparently 5 GCSEs are needed to become a dustman. Results day: Results days are always on a Thursday. In 2004, it's on a 26th so 25th it'll be for 2005 GCSE results and so on. Good results: Well done! Good results may give you more options in education and careers, so get informed! Bad results: Thousands of youngsters do resits and go on to get very far. You can do a couple of GCSE resist amongst AS-Levels or whilst working and it is really worth the time for your future. See you'll come so far from year 9-11, it's made me relive my school years over again. Now I just have to wait for the results.


Can you find out the model of a Harley Davidson motorcycle with the serial number?

Prior to 1961On Harley models prior to 1961, the engine number acts as the VIN. This number can be found on the left side engine case. Harley models produced prior to 1969 do not carry any frame number.VIN Numbering Conventions:First two numbers are the model year.Letters (up to four) are the model designation.The last numbers are the production run number.1962 - 1969VIN Numbering Conventions:First two numbers are the model year.Letters (2-4) are the model designation.The last numbers are the production run number.In addition, models with 4 digit production numbers have an even-numbered first digit for even years, odd for odd years.Models containing a 5 digit production number will have the first two digits even for even years, odd for odd years.Why is this important? If the VIN does not follow this even or odd numbering sequence, you can almost guarantee that the VIN has been altered. It is extremely common to find mismatched engines in these early bikes with different VIN numbers than the title paperwork.1970 - 1980Beginning in 1970, Harley started stamping VIN numbers on both the frame and engine case. The exception as noted by our friends at Cyborg Cycles, is the 1979 model. This exception is discussed below.First two numbers are the model code.Next 5 digits, position 3-7 is the production run number.The last 2 digits designate the year.The only legal VIN number for Harley's produced after 1970 is on the frame. NO EXCEPTION! It doesn't matter if the engine case number matches your registration papers, if the frame VIN doesn't match the registration you have a problem! You might be able to fool a few cops or even someone at the DMV, but don't count on it. In addition, it should go without saying that any alteration to the VIN is illegal. This goes for restamping frames or adding the original VIN to a replacement frame. If you replace the frame, you need to have a new VIN assigned to your Harley.Always remember that on models built after 1970, the Harley VIN always follows the frame... not the engine!The infamous 1979 ExceptionDuring the 1979 model run, some Harley's were produced with engine numbers that did not match the frame number. The production date is reported to be from 1/9/79 - 2/7/79, and the frame VIN's affected are 43000H9 through 48199H9. These models had engines numbered with a separate "crankcase number" instead of the frame's VIN. This engine number is reported to be a ten digit numeric ID. Rumor has it that Harley went back to the old numbering sequence once the legal ramifications were realized. Regardless of the engine case number, the title must always match the frame VIN.Thanks to Cyborg Cycles for this information.1981 -2000Beginning in 1981, Harley started using a 17 digit VIN number on the frame and an abbreviated VIN on the engine case. As always, the legal title must match the VIN number on the frame. If the title and frame VIN reads 1HD1ELK12BZ123456, the engine case number should read something like ELKB123456. VIN number rules described under the 1970 - 1980 Harley models also apply here.Harley VIN Model Year DesignationsPrior to 1970 the model year appeared in the last 2 digits of the Harley VIN. From 1970 to 1980 Harley used an alphanumeric year code. The code "H" is followed by the last number of the year (i.e. 1971= H1, 1972= H2). The exception is 1980 which was J0. 1981 to 2000 model big twinsSingle letter in the 10th digit designates the model year.1981 - B 1986 - G 1991 - M 1996 - T 1982 - C 1987 - H 1992 - N 1997 - V 1983 - D 1988 - J 1993 - P 1998 - W 1984 - E 1989 - K 1994 - R 1999 - X 1985 - F 1990 - L 1995 - S 2000 - YHarley VIN Model CodesBig TwinsAs if things weren't confusing enough, Big Twin's have a different set of model designations in the Harley VIN depending on whether they are a 4 speed or 5 speed model.1970 thru 1980 4 Speed Big TwinThe first 2 digits of the Harley big twin's VIN digits are the model code.1A = FL/FLP 1200 2F = FXS 1200 5H = FLHS - 80 7H = FLH 1200 Police 1H = FXB - 80 2H = CLE - 80 6E = FXEF - 80 8H = FLH 1200 Shrine 1K = FLH - 80 shrine 3G = FLH - 80 6G = FXE - 80 9D = FXE 1200 2A = FLH 1200 3H = FLH - 80 Classic 6H = FL - 80 9G = FXWG - 80 2C = FX 1200 5E = FXEF 1200 7G = FXS - 80 9H = FLH - 80 PoliceExample: 3G12345H1 is an FLH1980 5 Speed Big TwinHarley 1980 5 Speed's used code 5G1981 thru 1985 4 Speed Big TwinThe 5th and 6th digits designate the model code.AA = FLH - 80 AL = FLH - 80 BE = FXWG - 80 AB = 80 police chain BA = FXE - 80 BF = FXSB - 80 AC = FLH - 80 Shrine chain BB = FXEF - 80 BH = FXST AH = FLHP - 80 Police Belt BC = FXS - 80 BG = FXDG - 80 AK = FLHS - 80 BD = FXB - 80 BK = FXSTCExample: 1HD1BEK11BY123456 is a FXWG1981 5 Speed Harley Big TwinThe 5th and 6th digits designate the model code.AE= FLT AF= FLTCExample: 1HD1AFK11BY123456 is a FLTC1982 thru 2002 5 Speed Big TwinsThe 5th and 6th digits designate the model code.BH = FXST DJ = FLHTC FE = FLTCU-I BJ = FLSTC DK = FLTC Shrine FF = FLHTC-I BK = FXSTC DM = FLTCU FG = FLHTCU-I W/SC BL = FXSTS DP = FLHTCU FH = FLHP-I Police BM = FLSTF EA = FXR FJ = FLHP Police BN = FLSTN EB = FXRS FL = FLHTCU-I Shrine BP = FXSTSB EC = FXRT FM = FLHTP-I Police BR = FLSTS ED = FXRP Police windshield FP = FLTR BS = FXSTD EF = FXRP Police Fairing FR = FLHRC-I BT = FXSTB EG = FXRS-SP FS = FLTR-I DA = FLT 82 - 83 EH = FXRD FT = FLHPE-I (California) DA = FLHTP Police Windshield EJ = FXRC GA = FXDB-D DB = FLTC EK = FXRP Police C.H.P. GB = FXDB-S DC = FLHT EL = FXLR GC = FXDC DD = FLHT EM = FXLR Conv GD = FXDL DE = FLHTC W/sidecar FA = FLHS GE = FXDWG DF = FLHTP Police Fairing FB = FLHR-I GG = FXDS Conv DG = FLHTC Shrine FC = FLHTCU-I GH = FXD DH = FLTC W/sidecar FD = FLHR SG = TLE PoliceSH = RLE PoliceExample: 1HD1BHK11GY123456 is a FXSTSportster VIN Numbers1970 thru 1980 SportstersFirst two digits of the Harley VIN are the model code.3A = XL or XLH 4A = XLCH 4E =- XLS 2G = XLT 4D = XLA 7F = XLCRExample: 4A12345H1 is a XLCH1981 to 1985 Sportsters5th and 6th digits are the model code.CA = XLH CB = XLS CC = XLX CD = XR1000Example: 1HD1CDHY15B123456 is a XR10001986 to 1996 Sportsters5th, 6th and 7th digits are the model code.CAM = XLH883 CAN = XLH1100 CEM = XLH883 Hugger CAP = XLH1200 CGP = 1200 Custom CFM = XLH883 Deluxe CHP = 1200 SportExample:1HD1CEM15GY123456 is a XLH883 HuggerFrom http://www.harley-performance.com/harley-vin.htmlThis mentions nothing at all on the Harley Davidson Sprints or the later Enduro's or dirt bikes such as an SX175 which can be licensed for the street and come with a title that matches the frame and motor.


What is a good free rider track?

Just copy and past this-18 1i 18 1i,1a 1k 1q 22 2h 2f 3a 2o 43 2v 4t 35 5m 38 6l 3b 7g 3d 8e 3h 9f 3t ak 4b bu 4s dc 5g el 62 fv 6l hb 79 ip 7t k9 8g lq 91 nd 9g p0 9v qk ad s8 ar tu b7 vj bj 11a bt 130 c6 14m CD 16c ch 17t ck 196 cl 1ah cj 1bk CD 1cr c1 1e8 bg 1fg b1 1gr ag 1i7 a0 1jl 9e 1l5 8s 1mm 8a 1o8 7o 1pr 75 1re 6j 1t3 5v 1un 5b 20c 4l 220 3u 23k 35 258 2b,258 2b 26t 1g,2eo 21 2f2 2o 2ff 3e 2g5 44 2h4 4u 2i9 5o 2jd 6g 2kk 79 2lv 82 2nc 8r 2or 9j 2qc ab 2rv b1 2tl bk 2vc c6 314 cn 32u d6 34o dl 36j e2 38e ef 3aa er 3c7 f5 3e4 ff 3g3 fp 3i2 g2 3k1 gc 3m0 gm 3nv h0 3pu hn 3rq ik 3tk jk 3ve kl 418 lm 431 mp 44p ns 46i p1 489 q8 4a1 rg 4bp so 4dg u1 4eq v1 4g3 100 4hd 110 4im 120 4k0 130 4la 13v 4mj 14v 4nt 15v 4p7 16v 4qh 17u 4sa 191,4sa 191 4u4 19r 4vu 1ac 51o 1aj 53g 1ae 556 19v 56r 198 58h 18b 5a9 17e 5c6 16s 5e6 16o 5g6 16q 5i5 16s 5k4 17e 5m0 185 5nr 190 5pn 19s 5rj 1ap 5te 1bm 5vc 1cf 61c 1d1 63b 1dh 65b 1e1 67b 1ei 69b 1f2 6bb 1fi 6db 1g2 6fa 1gj 6ha 1h3 6io 1g8 6k3 1fa 6ld 1eb 6mp 1df 6op 1cl 6qp 1c0 6sh 1c3 6tr 1cd 6v0 1cu 702 1dk 712 1ee 729 1f1 73o 1f8 74t 1eu 760 1e9 76r 1de 77l 1cc 78i 1bd 79r 1ai 7b5 1a4 7ch 19p 7e1 19h,7e1 19h 7fj 19c 7h7 198 7is 198 7ki 19a 7m9 19d 7o1 19h 7ps 19g 7ro 19c 7tk 199 7vh 18n 80u 17r 82c 16t 83p 15r 854 14m 86g 13h,89u 133 8a7 13s 8an 14n 8b7 15f 8bo 167 8c8 16t 8d2 17r 8du 18p 8f2 19q 8gc 1ap 8hg 1bi 8in 1c9 8k0 1cu 8lb 1dh 8mg 1dt 8nn 1e4 8ot 1du 8pt 1dc 8qv 1cj 8s6 1bo 8t9 1b0 8ue 1a4 8vl 195 90v 184 92a 173 93m 161 954 14u 96j 13q 982 12m 99j 11h 9b4 10c 9cq vd 9ek ul 9gg u3 9id tp 9kb tk 9m9 tg 9o6 td 9q4 ta 9s3 t7 9u1 t6 a00 t6 a1v t7 a3v t7 a5u t9 a7u ta a9t tb abt td ads te afs tg ahr ti,ahr ti ajr tk alr TM anq to apq tq arq ts ATP tu avp u0 b1p u2 b3o u4 b5o u6 b7o u9 b9o ub bbn ud bdn uf bfn uh bhm UK bjm um blm uo bnm uq bpl us brl uv btl v4 bvh vi c19 107 c2u 112 c4j 11u c67 12t c7s 13u c9h 150 cba 15t cd6 16c cf0 16h cgp 168 cif 15j ck2 14m cll 13l cnc 12i cpb 11l cqq 10u csa 108 cu9 10a d06 10v d21 11p d3s 12m d5n 13j d7h 148 d9b 14f db6 14b dd0 13r deq 130,deq 130 dgm 120 dii 10t dk0 102 dlg vb dn0 UK dof tt dpv t5 drf sd dte t1 dvc tt e19 ut e2m vo e44 10k e5i 11e e72 124 e8i 12q ea2 13g ec1 13k edt 12k efm 11c eh0 10d eic vf ekb uq ema ui eo9 uq eq8 v7 es5 vo eu0 10g evq 11d f1j 12b f3d 12u f56 12s f6v 12h f8o 120 fah 11e fcb 10p fe4 103 ffu vb fho uj fji ts flc t9 fn7 su fov t1 fql tf fsa u8 ftv v8 fvk 10b g1c 117 g36 11d g4v 115,g4v 115 g6m 10n g8e 107 ga6 vm gbu v3 gdm uf gfe tq gh6 t4 giu sf gkm rp gme r3 go6 qc gpu pm grm ov gte o9 gv7 ni h0v mr h2n m4 h4g lf h69 kp h82 k4 h9s jf hbn is hdi ia hff HQ hhb hc hj8 gu hl4 gh hn1 g3 hou FM hqr fa hso eu hul ek i0i ee i2f e9 i4d e5 i6a e1 i88 dt ia4 dq ibq dt ics ek icl fo ic3 gt ibs i2 ibn je ibk kr ibi m0 ibg n8,ibg n8 ibg ok ibh q5 ibi rg ibk su IBM ue ibo vv ibr 11i ibt 137 ic0 14s ic2 16j ic5 18a ic8 1a2 icb 1br ici 1dg ie3 1ei ifv 1fh ihs 1gg ijo 1hg ilj 1if inf 1jf ipb 1kf ir0 1lb iq8 1mf iov 1ms inv 1n4 ip1 1nb iq8 1n2 ire 1m5 ise 1l4 iso 1jj irt 1ic isr 1jq iu2 1ir iu8 1hb iv6 1if ivl 1jo j1c 1iq j2u 1j8 j3a 1jv j52 1k8 j33 1ju j1q 1kq j34 1lq j2m 1mv j34 1o9 j1g 1nq j2c 1n6 j0k 1n6 iv3 1mr ivo 1lh,ivo 1lh iu6 1l8 isd 1kh iqo 1ji ipb 1kl inb 1kg ill 1j8 ikm 1hs ik2 1gh il5 1fn im1 1gk im3 1hp iku 1h0 ik0 1fr ij3 1et ihh 1ev igd 1fi if5 1g1 iev 1es ig8 1f9 igr 1gj iin 1h5 ikl 1gb imj 1g9 int 1hc ip0 1il iqg 1jb is3 1io itn 1i5 ivh 1io j0q 1k5 j1u 1ll j2t 1mi j41 1ln j54 1kq j6i 1l8 j79 1mh j8m 1n2 j82 1o3 j82 1mq j91 1ng j7i 1nr j6d 1n5 j58 1mp j5j 1lq j6h 1mj j70 1n9 j84 1mp j8t 1me#htf 33 htr 6j,hs5 35 hus 1t,i04 2a i0e 5j i3v 5e i3u 1v,i3u 20 i01 2d,i9d 26 i7j 26 i7m 59,i7m 57 i9n 57 i9q 4c i93 4b,idd 2d ic4 2f ic4 5h idn 5h,ic0 41 id5 41,ies 2g iep 4e,ie5 2g igg 2n,iel 4c iev 5m,hu2 7p hsc 7n hsj 8q hu7 91 hu2 a5 hsm a2,hvd 7i hvd 97 i0s 9b,i0s 99 i0o 7p,i1l 7p i1l 9m,i1q 7s i2m 83,i2m 84 i1l 8s,i38 7d i35 9b,i3a 7g i3s 7s,i3r 7s i35 8g i45 99,i4v 7n i5e 99,i4n 7p i5t 7n,i56 9g i6e 9c,i85 7l i6v 7l i74 8n i8a 8l i8a 9e i7h 9h,ia9 7p i98 81 i9a 9j ia4 92,i9b 8t i9s 8q,hng a2 hom 84 hpd 9q,ho4 8v hp3 94,id3 7n ibj 7v IBM a5 idc a4 id3 97 icf 96,ie3 7s ie5 9q ifd 9m,ifd 9l ife 7l ie5 7u,ii0 6u iht c3,igm b0 ihp ee ijl am,ill 13c iik 132 iip 164 il6 16b ilb 18e iik 18e,imr 13h in5 17q iol 17r iop 137,iq2 13k iqe 17g,iq7 13r it1 143 iqc 15f,itp 13o iu9 16i,itn 13p iv7 140 iu4 14s j0f 16e,j12 13k j23 15d,j0a 13m j2f 13m,j1m 15g j3d 15i,j5c 13e j42 13h j4e 15k,j4e 15i j6d 153 j6m 16t j52 16t,j8v 13c j7u 13f j83 16d j9m 164,j7v 14k j8t 14u,Ike 1aq iks 1cl,ijf 1aq ilg 1an,ik4 1cm imt 1ce,iou 19i in3 1a5 ind 1b9 ip1 1av ip1 1c7 ink 1c9,ir9 192 irh 1d2,ir9 195 iv7 1ab irh 1d0,j2n 190 j10 193 j13 1cl j2g 1bb,j12 1ai j20 1aa,j3l 1c2 j4r 192 j5k 1bi,j47 1ag j57 1ag,j6f 18h j71 1bs,j5r 18m j7l 18e,j8o 184 j9g 1c7,j9o 180 ja7 1c1,j91 1aa ja2 1a3,jb8 17c jbh 1as,jbn 1av jbo 1bo,jbn 1b6 jbd 1b7 jbd 1bg,jbg 1bj jbn 1bj#Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_are_some_good_free_rider_2_tracks#ixzz1digNoMbu


What are some good free rider 2 tracks?

Just copy and past this-18 1i 18 1i,1a 1k 1q 22 2h 2f 3a 2o 43 2v 4t 35 5m 38 6l 3b 7g 3d 8e 3h 9f 3t ak 4b bu 4s dc 5g el 62 fv 6l hb 79 ip 7t k9 8g lq 91 nd 9g p0 9v qk ad s8 ar tu b7 vj bj 11a bt 130 c6 14m CD 16c ch 17t ck 196 cl 1ah cj 1bk CD 1cr c1 1e8 bg 1fg b1 1gr ag 1i7 a0 1jl 9e 1l5 8s 1mm 8a 1o8 7o 1pr 75 1re 6j 1t3 5v 1un 5b 20c 4l 220 3u 23k 35 258 2b,258 2b 26t 1g,2eo 21 2f2 2o 2ff 3e 2g5 44 2h4 4u 2i9 5o 2jd 6g 2kk 79 2lv 82 2nc 8r 2or 9j 2qc ab 2rv b1 2tl bk 2vc c6 314 cn 32u d6 34o dl 36j e2 38e ef 3aa er 3c7 f5 3e4 ff 3g3 fp 3i2 g2 3k1 gc 3m0 gm 3nv h0 3pu hn 3rq ik 3tk jk 3ve kl 418 lm 431 mp 44p ns 46i p1 489 q8 4a1 rg 4bp so 4dg u1 4eq v1 4g3 100 4hd 110 4im 120 4k0 130 4la 13v 4mj 14v 4nt 15v 4p7 16v 4qh 17u 4sa 191,4sa 191 4u4 19r 4vu 1ac 51o 1aj 53g 1ae 556 19v 56r 198 58h 18b 5a9 17e 5c6 16s 5e6 16o 5g6 16q 5i5 16s 5k4 17e 5m0 185 5nr 190 5pn 19s 5rj 1ap 5te 1bm 5vc 1cf 61c 1d1 63b 1dh 65b 1e1 67b 1ei 69b 1f2 6bb 1fi 6db 1g2 6fa 1gj 6ha 1h3 6io 1g8 6k3 1fa 6ld 1eb 6mp 1df 6op 1cl 6qp 1c0 6sh 1c3 6tr 1cd 6v0 1cu 702 1dk 712 1ee 729 1f1 73o 1f8 74t 1eu 760 1e9 76r 1de 77l 1cc 78i 1bd 79r 1ai 7b5 1a4 7ch 19p 7e1 19h,7e1 19h 7fj 19c 7h7 198 7is 198 7ki 19a 7m9 19d 7o1 19h 7ps 19g 7ro 19c 7tk 199 7vh 18n 80u 17r 82c 16t 83p 15r 854 14m 86g 13h,89u 133 8a7 13s 8an 14n 8b7 15f 8bo 167 8c8 16t 8d2 17r 8du 18p 8f2 19q 8gc 1ap 8hg 1bi 8in 1c9 8k0 1cu 8lb 1dh 8mg 1dt 8nn 1e4 8ot 1du 8pt 1dc 8qv 1cj 8s6 1bo 8t9 1b0 8ue 1a4 8vl 195 90v 184 92a 173 93m 161 954 14u 96j 13q 982 12m 99j 11h 9b4 10c 9cq vd 9ek ul 9gg u3 9id tp 9kb tk 9m9 tg 9o6 td 9q4 ta 9s3 t7 9u1 t6 a00 t6 a1v t7 a3v t7 a5u t9 a7u ta a9t tb abt td ads te afs tg ahr ti,ahr ti ajr tk alr TM anq to apq tq arq ts ATP tu avp u0 b1p u2 b3o u4 b5o u6 b7o u9 b9o ub bbn ud bdn uf bfn uh bhm UK bjm um blm uo bnm uq bpl us brl uv btl v4 bvh vi c19 107 c2u 112 c4j 11u c67 12t c7s 13u c9h 150 cba 15t cd6 16c cf0 16h cgp 168 cif 15j ck2 14m cll 13l cnc 12i cpb 11l cqq 10u csa 108 cu9 10a d06 10v d21 11p d3s 12m d5n 13j d7h 148 d9b 14f db6 14b dd0 13r deq 130,deq 130 dgm 120 dii 10t dk0 102 dlg vb dn0 UK dof tt dpv t5 drf sd dte t1 dvc tt e19 ut e2m vo e44 10k e5i 11e e72 124 e8i 12q ea2 13g ec1 13k edt 12k efm 11c eh0 10d eic vf ekb uq ema ui eo9 uq eq8 v7 es5 vo eu0 10g evq 11d f1j 12b f3d 12u f56 12s f6v 12h f8o 120 fah 11e fcb 10p fe4 103 ffu vb fho uj fji ts flc t9 fn7 su fov t1 fql tf fsa u8 ftv v8 fvk 10b g1c 117 g36 11d g4v 115,g4v 115 g6m 10n g8e 107 ga6 vm gbu v3 gdm uf gfe tq gh6 t4 giu sf gkm rp gme r3 go6 qc gpu pm grm ov gte o9 gv7 ni h0v mr h2n m4 h4g lf h69 kp h82 k4 h9s jf hbn is hdi ia hff HQ hhb hc hj8 gu hl4 gh hn1 g3 hou FM hqr fa hso eu hul ek i0i ee i2f e9 i4d e5 i6a e1 i88 dt ia4 dq ibq dt ics ek icl fo ic3 gt ibs i2 ibn je ibk kr ibi m0 ibg n8,ibg n8 ibg ok ibh q5 ibi rg ibk su IBM ue ibo vv ibr 11i ibt 137 ic0 14s ic2 16j ic5 18a ic8 1a2 icb 1br ici 1dg ie3 1ei ifv 1fh ihs 1gg ijo 1hg ilj 1if inf 1jf ipb 1kf ir0 1lb iq8 1mf iov 1ms inv 1n4 ip1 1nb iq8 1n2 ire 1m5 ise 1l4 iso 1jj irt 1ic isr 1jq iu2 1ir iu8 1hb iv6 1if ivl 1jo j1c 1iq j2u 1j8 j3a 1jv j52 1k8 j33 1ju j1q 1kq j34 1lq j2m 1mv j34 1o9 j1g 1nq j2c 1n6 j0k 1n6 iv3 1mr ivo 1lh,ivo 1lh iu6 1l8 isd 1kh iqo 1ji ipb 1kl inb 1kg ill 1j8 ikm 1hs ik2 1gh il5 1fn im1 1gk im3 1hp iku 1h0 ik0 1fr ij3 1et ihh 1ev igd 1fi if5 1g1 iev 1es ig8 1f9 igr 1gj iin 1h5 ikl 1gb imj 1g9 int 1hc ip0 1il iqg 1jb is3 1io itn 1i5 ivh 1io j0q 1k5 j1u 1ll j2t 1mi j41 1ln j54 1kq j6i 1l8 j79 1mh j8m 1n2 j82 1o3 j82 1mq j91 1ng j7i 1nr j6d 1n5 j58 1mp j5j 1lq j6h 1mj j70 1n9 j84 1mp j8t 1me#htf 33 htr 6j,hs5 35 hus 1t,i04 2a i0e 5j i3v 5e i3u 1v,i3u 20 i01 2d,i9d 26 i7j 26 i7m 59,i7m 57 i9n 57 i9q 4c i93 4b,idd 2d ic4 2f ic4 5h idn 5h,ic0 41 id5 41,ies 2g iep 4e,ie5 2g igg 2n,iel 4c iev 5m,hu2 7p hsc 7n hsj 8q hu7 91 hu2 a5 hsm a2,hvd 7i hvd 97 i0s 9b,i0s 99 i0o 7p,i1l 7p i1l 9m,i1q 7s i2m 83,i2m 84 i1l 8s,i38 7d i35 9b,i3a 7g i3s 7s,i3r 7s i35 8g i45 99,i4v 7n i5e 99,i4n 7p i5t 7n,i56 9g i6e 9c,i85 7l i6v 7l i74 8n i8a 8l i8a 9e i7h 9h,ia9 7p i98 81 i9a 9j ia4 92,i9b 8t i9s 8q,hng a2 hom 84 hpd 9q,ho4 8v hp3 94,id3 7n ibj 7v IBM a5 idc a4 id3 97 icf 96,ie3 7s ie5 9q ifd 9m,ifd 9l ife 7l ie5 7u,ii0 6u iht c3,igm b0 ihp ee ijl am,ill 13c iik 132 iip 164 il6 16b ilb 18e iik 18e,imr 13h in5 17q iol 17r iop 137,iq2 13k iqe 17g,iq7 13r it1 143 iqc 15f,itp 13o iu9 16i,itn 13p iv7 140 iu4 14s j0f 16e,j12 13k j23 15d,j0a 13m j2f 13m,j1m 15g j3d 15i,j5c 13e j42 13h j4e 15k,j4e 15i j6d 153 j6m 16t j52 16t,j8v 13c j7u 13f j83 16d j9m 164,j7v 14k j8t 14u,Ike 1aq iks 1cl,ijf 1aq ilg 1an,ik4 1cm imt 1ce,iou 19i in3 1a5 ind 1b9 ip1 1av ip1 1c7 ink 1c9,ir9 192 irh 1d2,ir9 195 iv7 1ab irh 1d0,j2n 190 j10 193 j13 1cl j2g 1bb,j12 1ai j20 1aa,j3l 1c2 j4r 192 j5k 1bi,j47 1ag j57 1ag,j6f 18h j71 1bs,j5r 18m j7l 18e,j8o 184 j9g 1c7,j9o 180 ja7 1c1,j91 1aa ja2 1a3,jb8 17c jbh 1as,jbn 1av jbo 1bo,jbn 1b6 jbd 1b7 jbd 1bg,jbg 1bj jbn 1bj#