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Power Keylogger in Windows 7


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foxboro

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Hi.

I have a problem. I installed Power Keylogger just to try it out and see what it does, I do that with alot of programs and normally do not have any problem removing them afterwards.

After installing Powerkeylogger i can now not remove it, and it does not show up in the Add/Remove Programs Window either. I have tried other things on the internet such as removing dlls which i cannot find on my computer when trying, and using special uninstaller programs, and even using spyware detectors has not worked.

Any ideas?

help would be much appreciated.
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Hi, when you double click the shortcut, does the program start ?

Have you tried Revo Uninstaller yet ?
>> http://www.revouninstaller.com/

good luck :)

Edited by bartblaze, 28 November 2009 - 05:46 AM.

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i have no shortcut it loads on startup, with a pop up saying something along the lines of

"Power Keylogger trial has ended" then a load of other garbage, i press the question mark and then press uninstall and nothing happens.

I cant remember if iv tried revo, i will try it out though now and let you know.

thankyou.
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I downloaded Revo as you said and then used it in hunter mode hovering over the program while it was open, this gave me the directory it was in, the reason i could not find it was because the program was installed in drivers for some reason.

i managed to uninstall it by pressing uninstall in the folder that Revo told me to go to.

Thankyou so much for your help.

It was just me being dopey, Im a computing student, i should have thought of that!

Thanks!
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No problem, glad to help :) !

A hint maybe: if you try lots of software, you might want to make a new directory.
Example: C:\program files\test programs

That way you can always find them again :) .

cheers
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