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For some reason when I installed it, and went to open it so i could run it, all that would pop up was something for me to uninstall it... :tazz:
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If DealHelper isn't really installed then how can the size keep growing and decreasing? :tazz:
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If DealHelper isn't really installed then how can the size keep growing and decreasing?


So what you mean is that when you check in Add/Remove Programs, it says different sizes in there? I'm throwing all I can at this thing, I guess I'm going to have to get some backup to check it out for me, just hang in there.

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If DealHelper isn't really installed then how can the size keep growing and decreasing?


So what you mean is that when you check in Add/Remove Programs, it says different sizes in there? I'm throwing all I can at this thing, I guess I'm going to have to get some backup to check it out for me, just hang in there.

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Ok, this should work. Open Hijack This, click the "Config" button on the bottom right of the window. Now click the "Misc Tools" button. Click the "Open Uninstall Manager". There should now be a list of all the programs you have installed. Find "Deal Helper" in the list and click once on it. Now look to the right where it says "uninstall command" and copy and paste that line back here for me (this is for my own curiosity). Now with Deal Helper still highlighted click the "Delete This Entry" button. Now reboot the computer and check it out, it should be gone.

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"C:\WINDOWS\Uninstall.exe" "C:\Program Files\DealHelper.com Inc.\dhuninst.log"
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Thank you. Did it go away? Is there a folder (probably hidden) in C:\Program Files called DealHelper.com Inc.? Make sure you can view hidden files and folders by going to folder options in control panel and clicking the "View" tab. Scroll down and unselect "Do not show Hidden Files and Folders" and go down a little more and uncheck "Hide Protected Operating System files" and answer yes and click ok.

Did Hijack This remove it from the list?

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Thanks Johnny...it worked. :tazz:
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I could not find that folder.
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Awesome! Glad to hear it :tazz:

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