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Too many security progs?


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mark717

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I just installed Spyware Doctor and have been having problems with pictures ever since. The standard red x instead of the images. Could it be that I have too many security packages running? Currently installed are McAfee, Ad-aware, Ccleaner as well as Spyware Doctor. Might be others... lost track. Can you help? Thanks.
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Well, first of all, uninstall Spyware Doctor from Add/Remove in the Control Panel and see if your pics come back. If they don't, use System Restore to the day before you installed Spyware Doctor.
Run a Belarc and post it as an attachment.
http://www.belarc.co...e_download.html
and we'll see what you do have installed on your computer.
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Hi Johanna. Sorry for the delay. I uninstalled Spyware Doctor (which seems to work very well) and rebooted. The red x's are still showing up. I tried going to a restore point before I had installed SD. The system ran the restore but told me nothing had been changed. I then ran Belarc and here is the result. Thanks for helping out. -Mark

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