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Jeep1393

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I dowloaded and unzipped this:

http://spywarewarrio...ywad_Remove.zip

However, I double clicked on it and got this message:

Script: C:Spywad_Remove\Spywad Remove\Remove Spywad.vbs
Line: 43
Char: 5
Error: Inut past end of file
Code: 800A003E
Sources: Microsoft VBScript runtime error

It created the two folders, but there is nothing in those folders and nothing happened to the desktop. Is that suppose to happen, and if so should I open the HijackThis and fix what you listed?

Slightly confused...
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You did allow the script to run ?
Try disabling NAV when you run it.

Regards,
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I disabled Norton Anti-Virus (NAV right?), and then tried running the program again. I still got the same message as earlier. I am not sure if I have script blocker enabled or not. When I ran the program I did not get any message telling me that it may be malicious. How do I double check if I have the script blocker enabled?
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When Norton is disabled it shouldn't be running.

I'll have the person that wrote the script look at it.

Can you try this in the meantime. It's a new version of a program that used to work great.
Download and Unzip About:Buster from:
http://www.geekstogo...=download&id=25
Reboot into safe mode and run it.
It usually takes two runs to get cleaned.

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