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Aurora - part of ABI Network


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RuthOZ

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I am receiving annoying popups from Aurora - part of ABI Network.....CONSTANTLY! I don't know what I did to deserve this, but I am getting them every few minutes. I am hoping someone brilliant out there can tell me what to do to rid my Internet time from these pests. Thanks.
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partyben

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Do you run any AntiSpyware Software on your system?

I would advise that you install and run Microsofts AntiSpyware software. It can scan your system whilst you work and is completely free.
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I got that too. I went to their website and they had "uninstall software". I didn't trust it at first, but it worked. I got rid of all this crap on my comp that was from them. Use that software. my computer is running fine right now.
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chikky

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can you tell us what is the website name from where we can download the uninstaller?
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partyben

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Hi, Sorry for the late reply, I have been on Holiday.

To download Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta, you need to visit........

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en

Copy and paste the link above into your internet browser and you will be taken to the download page.

Once you have downloaded the program, Install it (following all the recommended options) and run a full antispyware scan. You may need to do this more than once to remove all spyware on your system.
This should then stop all those irritating popups!

Thanks :tazz:
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SpaceCowboy706

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if that doesnt work you might try visiting the malware forum... you will probably get alot better help there,,,, than in the networking forum.
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