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#16
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interesting. Looks like the saved results of a search assistant. Let's see what search assistant it is, and if removing it will fix that problem.

If you deleted HijackThis, then download hijackthis again. If you see the main screen when opening it, click on None of the above, just start the program

Now click Config, click Misc Tools
Click "Open Uninstall Manager"
Click "Save List" (generates uninstall_list.txt)
Click Save, copy and paste the results in your next post.
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Attached File  uninstall_list.txt   3.2KB   49 downloads
this way right not as a print screen :whistling: it be a long day :blink: agian thank you. :help:
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Yep, that's correct. :whistling:

Use Add/Remove Programs to remove these programs:

Google Desktop Search
Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer


Reboot and see if your "problem" is still there. If not, you can now reinstall those 2 programs (since there's nothing wrong with them) and check to make sure it doesn't come back.

If it does, or that doesn't help, then I've got a Cleaner program we can try. :blink:
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Ok so at what piont I get to start playing the C-4 :woot: exploses. It is stil there :) :help: :woot: :whistling: :woot: :yes: j/k so what is the next step? :blink:
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I guess you can start with a stick of dynamite. And if that doesn't work, try C-4 :whistling:

Download CCleaner from http://www.snapfiles...t/ccleaner.html
  • Install it. Then start the program.
  • In the area designated as "Cleaner Settings", Make sure the Windows tab is the selected tab.
  • Under the category of "Internet Explorer", UNcheck all boxes except for the first two boxes (Temporary Internet Files and Cookies), and the boxes Recently Typed URLs and Autocomplete Form history
  • UNcheck the box next to the category called "Windows Explorer."
  • Under the category of "System", UNcheck Empty Recycle Bin.
  • At the top, click on the tab that says Applications.
  • Make sure EVERYTHING is checked!
  • Now click on Analyze. When it is done analyzing (it could take several minutes since this is your first time using ccleaner), click on Run Cleaner.
After it is done deleting the junk files, restart your computer. After it has restarted, see if the problem is still there.
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Still there so the question is do I use the dynamite on the computer or my friend's pants :whistling: j/k anyway it is still there :sob: thank you
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bump

Edited by rushin1nd, 08 September 2006 - 06:31 PM.

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Hello. We need to run you through the malware forum. Please begin a new thread in the Malware Removal forum, and post a HijackThis log there. We can get you cleaned up fully there. If you're still having issues after this, then you can return to this thread. :whistling:
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Malware forum

quick link for ya.
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