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Xnplota

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Ad-aware dosent remove 180 search assisant, I go into Add/Remove Programs and remove it but it comes right back. Any ideas?
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Welcome!

If you need help, post Ad-aware SE scanlog from "Full system scan".

Note; perform Webupdate- feature always before scanning your system, that way you are always up-to-date. At the moment SE1R42 28.04.2005 - definition file is the latest one.

Ad-Aware comes preconfigured with default options, so we need you to make one change. Deselect "Search for negligible risk entries"- setting, because mru-list's aren't considered as a threat. You can change this setting when selecting your scan type. Also, delete all tracking cookies just before scanning, they aren't a threat and just take space in your posts.

Select "Perform full system scan" and click next. When the scan has finished, click "Show logfile".

Then, copy & paste the complete scanlog here using Add Reply- feature. Don't quarantine or remove anything at this time, just post a complete logfile. This may take 2-3 posts to get it all here. You'll know when you are at the end when you see "Summary of this scan" information has posted.

When you have posted complete logfile from "Full system scan", we will tell you what to do.

Good day!

- Rawe :tazz:
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