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khersee

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I tried the shredder ... it wouldn't even work on my system. I tried Highjack This, no go. I still have that desktop.exe appearing. Has this been known to be any more than an annoyance? I'm considering reinstalling XP. Help! Kirk.
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OK, for anyone who's interested. I'm not sure this was a proper method as it seemed too easy, but...I entered Safe Mode and ran hijack this and removed the desktop search without any (so far) problems. Kirk
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Hi Kirk
Sorry for the late reply the board has been really busy lately,
If your still looking to resolve this issue,

Please run through all the steps outlined in this Topic
Post back a fresh log when done please

If you have resolved this issue please let us know.

Thanks and again sorry for the late reply

Don
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Thanks, but I had replied (to myself) earlier. See post above. Kirk
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OK Kirk
As it seems that this problem is resolved this topic will be closed,
Should you have any further problems please start a new topic,
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