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I Have About 100spyware [CLOSED]


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stevlo

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:D I just ran a scan with spybot,and it found about 100 spyware on my pc.I tried deleting the spyware with spybot,but it didnt work.I tried through the registry key,but that didnt work either.I tried through the search files and folders,and that didnt work.Anymore advice on what to do? <_<
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admin

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Download and run Adaware. When finished click the "HiJack This Guide" link in my signature, and paste the results back in this topic. <_<
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<_< I ran the adware an got most of them.I got the rest through add-remove in control panel which i got from one ofthe posts,and cleared the rest in registry.Im a happy camper :D :D Thanks for your help.YOUR THE MAN!!
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hi, im new. i just followed these tips and cleaned up 253. thanks new lifesaver bulletin board!
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