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Remove an entry in the "tools" window?


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This is no big deal but in my TOOLS pull down window is an entry for Party Poker and I want to remove it.

How would I be able to accomplish that?

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Do you have partypoker installed?

Do you use it?
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I did once a long time ago.....thought it was all erased.

I searched for PartyPoker and found 0 results.

Edited by ScottAz, 08 February 2007 - 03:56 PM.

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Do you have a good registry cleaner? If not, download CCleaner. The registry section prompts you to back it up before fixing the problems.

Also, double check Add/Remove Programs for Party Poker.

In Internet Explorer, click Tools menu, Manage Add-ons. Do you see anything for Party Poker? If so, highligh it, and click Disable.

Please post the results.

Edited spelling :whistling: Need to use (and read) Preview Post!!

Edited by LindaGail, 08 February 2007 - 04:03 PM.

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I use windows 2000 under tools there is no entry for Manage Add Ons.

I have checked add-remove
I have searched for PartyPoker in the C drive
I have Registry Mechanic and use it often


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Well, look at this link that deals with removing Party Poker via a registry edit.

** Use extra care when editing the registry. Always export the key and save it to your desktop before making changes.

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On the old computer we had that icon it stayed there even after we uninstall party poker
so i was dealing with some other issues and keith asked me to post a hijack log in the malware forum
after doing so and getting cleaned up it got cleaned out

So if you want it removed just post a highjack log in the malware forum and not only you get clean up from malware but the party poker icon will go as well

so post a highjack log in the malware forum three day wait maybe sooner

http://filehippo.com...oad_hijackthis/

then go here

http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html

thats if you did get rid of it

Edited by rushin1nd, 09 February 2007 - 03:43 PM.

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