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pipco

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I'm trying to unistall a program, but everytime the uninstaller starts its gives an error message..au.ex has stopped working

 


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Trying from Windows Programs and Features to uninstall ?

 

Which Software are you trying to uninstall ?

 

List your Operating System.

 

Do you make restore points ?

 

Research does say this could be a possible virus or part of a Yahoo toolbar.

 

I would run a virus scan, plus Windows Malicious removal tool. at Run type MRT.EXE.

Just in case.


Edited by jds63, 12 May 2014 - 05:21 PM.

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Captain Lasky

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 Hi pipco!  :D

 

Your uninstaller might causing the problem try other software like :

 

Revo Uninstaller

http://www.revouninstaller.com

 

It's the most recommended uninstaller in the Internet :)

Rated Top 1 on many software rating sites like Cnet.

 

 Hope it helps!  :spoton:


Edited by Captain Lasky, 13 May 2014 - 02:52 AM.

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 Hi pipco!  :D

 

Your uninstaller might causing the problem try other software like :

 

Revo Uninstaller

http://www.revouninstaller.com

 

It's the most recommended uninstaller in the Internet :)

Rated Top 1 on many software rating sites like Cnet.

 

 Hope it helps!  :spoton:

True, i use it myself, do not rely on Windows uninstaller, but i feel his issue may be beyond a good uninstaller


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