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sano

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I am trying to remove norton anti-virus and have all but succeeded except one file SNDSrvc.exe can i remove this via safe mode and if so how or can i use BFU and also if so how?
Thank you for any information. says file in use.
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what is bfu?
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probably brute force uninstaller by merijn

"BFU is a scripting program that can execute a series of preset commands like a Windows batch file, aimed at uninstalled programs that are hard to remove, uninstall improperly or simply unwanted. Scripts are plaintext and can be written with Notepad, and the command syntax is very transparent.
BFU is very complete and powerful, has a small memory footprint and has no uninstaller."
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Just how the heck did you uninstall this?

Is it running in memory? Ctrl - Alt - Del, Processes tab, find the process, select it , choose END PROCESS

Then delete it
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Thanks for all the info - i tried info from gerryf and got rid of it. thank you again learned one.
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