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NOD32 removal


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Hi I recently uninstalled NOD32 2.70 and now I have installed AOL security software but it won't let me turn virus protection on because it says NOD32 is still installed. Here's how I removed NOD32

1.) I went to start, all programs, ESET, uninstall NOD32

2.) Then I deleted the EST folder in the C:\Program Files\ESET

3.) Then I rebooted and installed AOL security software.


What can I do to completely remove NOD32????
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Most installers check the Windows Registry to establish what's installed.
No doubt Nod32 has not removed itself completely from the Registry.
Open the Registry Editor (regedit.exe) and remove all keys or values relating to NOD32. Find these entries with EDIT>FIND in the menu bar. Press F3 after deleting each one to find the next one, until regedit says "Finshed Searching the registry".

If this unfamiliar territory to you, a safer method is to use a trusted automatic Registry cleaner such as 'RegSupreme' which you can download and use free for 30 days.
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RegSupreme got it fixed!!
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