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Defender Pro Plus Antivirus


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goofi44

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I bought this software and tried to install it but it will not completely install. So I tried to uninstall what was put in but it won't let me do that. Every time I click on a program to open a different file, a window comes up trying to install defender. How do I get rid of this? I have windows xp on a dell dimension 4600 desktop. I tried the unlocker program but it didn't help either. I have thought about reinstalling the complete system with the discs, but i really don't know how, though i do have all the discs. I am afraid my computer is an older machine and has a lot of things on it that I cannot get off. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Try using "System Restore".
Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore.

You will see a calendar displayed. Choose a date BEFORE you tried to install Defender Pro, and restore to that date.

Edited by pip22, 22 January 2007 - 08:25 AM.

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I have tried that many times but system restore does not take care of the issue.
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