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Uninstall AZESEARCH


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Hi GTG Staff
My PC has been infected by AZESEARCH as I notice so have a lot of other GTG members.

I have followed the instructions and used Cleanup, CWShredder, Spybotsd14, TDS3, Adaware and Norton Antivirus. I have also used MSCONFIG to disable MYWEBSEARCH from the Startup (although I enabled it before I ran Hijack This as per the instructions. I have also searched manually using Find Files and deleted entries for AZESEARCH and ZTOOL. However I have not been successful in completely eliminating it as you can see in the HijackThis Log. In the Log there are 6 references to MYWEBSEARCH, 1 reference to ZTOOL and 1 reference to MYFUNCARDS - which looks suspicous.

I cannot open the HJT Log file as I get this error message when I try to "The download cannot continue. Error parsing voucher"

So I have attached the file HJT.LOG and I have also attached a Word doc call "Results of HJT Scan" which is Print Screen copy fo the results of the HJT scan.

Thanks for your help. I look forward to your reply.
Peter
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