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spyware everywhere, and dr watson too.[resolved]


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jezebelseven

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Actually I think I *might* have figured it out-- Do I just open the Registry Editor, and then edit>find> ezula, and then delete all entries that come up?

When I do that, 4 come up, they say:

(default) Reg_sz (value not set)
000 Reg_sz ezula
001 Reg_sz alcxmntr.exe
002 Reg_sz soulseek


Is deleting the one that says soulseek going to interfere with that program, or do I just delete them all there? Thanks!
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Hi jezebelseven

Dont forget before you start back up the registery first

Just for now delete item name 000 Reg_sz ezula

Will Find some information on how to use Windows registery.

Kc :tazz:
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