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rick7303

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How do I remove the Kiwee bar? I have tried add/remove
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How do I remove the Kiwee bar? I have tried add/remove



To uninstall the Kiwee Toolbar simply follow these steps:

Option #1
1) Open the Windows Control Panel
2) Select “Add / Remove Programs”
3) Select the Kiwee Toolbar from the list of installed applications
4) Click on the “Remove” button
5) Once the Kiwee Toolbar Uninstaller launches, follow the on screen prompts

Option #2
1) Open your Internet Explorer
2) Select the “Settings” menu
3) Select the “About the Kiwee Toolbar” submenu
4) Select the “Uninstall” button
5) Once the Kiwee Toolbar Uninstaller launches, follow the on screen prompts
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There is no settings on my Internet Explorer. Why?
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Look for a folder for it in Program Files. There may be an uninstaller in it. Sometimes the installer for a program has an uninstall option which needs to be checked.
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Kiwee is not even in my files
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Kiwee is not even in my files


I found another poor soul with this problem and this is what he said.

Ok boys (and girls). I finally figured it. Go here: Download Eraser 5.86

Install Erase and open it.

Click File, New Task. Check "files in folder" box and then check the "remove folders" box.

Now click "..."

Find Kiwee Toolbar2 folder in C:\Program Files.

Right click on it in the list and click delete.

Now go to Start, My Computer, Local Disk ( C: ), Program Files and delete the Kiwee Toolbar2 folder. Voila, no more dang bar!! =) hope it helped!

Get Eraser Removed

Edited by ScHwErV, 01 April 2008 - 06:08 AM.
A Temp File cleaner will not remove a stuck program

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Here is someting else to try. Only 59 Kbytes stand alone app

Removed is a nifty control panel applet that allows you to easily configure which programs run when your computer starts. It's simple to use and, like all my programs, it's very small and won't burden your system. A valuable tool for system administrators!

I used it to stop a program that seemed impossible to delete.

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Hey rick7303,
I would hold off on trying too many of those programs, you never know what is going to happen when you try to remove something with an app like that.
I would suggest that you post in the malware forum, and see if someone can take a peek. Go HERE and read, start from there.

@Old Geezer, please refrain from suggesting tools or app's to remove things, although your intent is good we would rather a staff member suggest that type of interaction.
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Old Geezer, I appreciate that you are trying to help, but please do not recommend programs that remove startup entries. Startup entries are how we identify most malware. If you have a person remove things with a program like this, then the pointers for the infection may be gone and we will have a very difficult time removing those infections.

rick7303, I recommend you follow the instructions from Harry.
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Old Geezer, I appreciate that you are trying to help, but please do not recommend programs that remove startup entries. Startup entries are how we identify most malware. If you have a person remove things with a program like this, then the pointers for the infection may be gone and we will have a very difficult time removing those infections.

rick7303, I recommend you follow the instructions from Harry.


Well that is twice I have been chastised for trying to help this person. I think that is quite sufficient. Point well taken.

Edited by Old Geezer, 01 April 2008 - 07:18 AM.

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