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bnichols04

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I have just recently installed limewire 4.14 on my pc and now it keeps wanting to startup ever 2 minutes it is extremely annoying. I have read around on the internet about this and it smeems to be a common thing. Most people have said that this is a virus and you have to delete winupdate? I have tired to uninstall limewire using add/remove programs and reinstalling it and it still does the same thing!! Please help!!
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per our Terms of Use found Here we are unable to help in this matter

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