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Ad-Watch Event Log


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AlanC

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I've just updated Ad-Aware Plus from v1.05 to v1.06. I have Ad-Watch set to start up with Windows and to start minimized. However, everytime I reboot the computer (it happens on both my desktop and laptop) the Ad-Watch Event log is shown. Simple enough to close it but why is it displayed at all?

Anyone know how do get rid of it?

Regards & thanks

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Edited by AlanC, 04 June 2005 - 01:38 AM.

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Welcome today AlanC :tazz:

Thanks for making us your source to turn to for the answers to your issues here at GeeksToGo Forums

As it's not spyware per-say related matter i can refer your matter at-once to another of our specialists who are better equipped to respond to Ad-Watch specifics for you.

The answer to that annoyance surely is as near as making a setting adjustments for the Ad-Watch GUI events log NOT to display as a Splash screen.

Please standy-By for your reply.

Thanks
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Methos

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I am also very interested in the solution to this minor yet annoying little problem.

I did a search for Ad-Watch event log using Copernic and it led me to this forum, so I thought I'd register here.

Thanks in advance.
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