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-=jonnyrotten=-

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I am trying to see if I can disable spyware, or certain aspects of it in order to run certain programs. I cannot run Kazaa.exe because spyware will not let the ads (which support the site) run. Any ideas?? -=jonnyrotten=-
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Kazaa won't work without the spyware. That's how they make their money. <_< Consider a spyware free alternative like http://www.shareaza.com
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I realize that, i was trying to disable spybot in order to use kazaa, sorry, i was unclear on that. -=jonnyrotten=-
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shareaza much better, no ads, and faster downloads thanx. works great.

-=jonnyrotten=- <_< :D :D :P :o
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Hey thanks for the reply admin, take a look at this thread and check your post and then go check my latest post in the hijack this forum. Does this make sense to you???
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