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Problem with MSN Toolbar


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My computer was been infected with CWS Search. So, I install SpyBot, and some other removal programms (ewido, cwsschredder). At one point, My MSN Toolbar dissapeared from Internet Explorer. When I tried to install a new version of Toolbra, I was failed, beacuse older version of programm is still there. I tried to remove older version with Add/Remove Software (in Control Panel), but that was unsuccesful. Computer informs me that older version is removed but it's still there on the Add/Remove Software list. Also, I have same problem with debris of Kazaa at my Add/Remove list. Can someone help me, please?
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It seems that your AS program recognised MSN toolbar as malware and deleted it. Kazaa is garbage and is infested with malware, so any good AS program will detect and remove it too.

You shouldn't have any problems getting the toolbar again though, have you tried deleting your Temporary Internet Files and cookies?

let me know.

Edited by VirusKillersM, 17 July 2005 - 06:04 AM.

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It seems that your AS program recognised MSN toolbar as malware and deleted it. Kazaa is garbage and is infested with malware, so any good AS program will detect and remove it too.

You shouldn't have any problems getting the toolbar again though, have you tried deleting your Temporary Internet Files and cookies?

let me know.

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It didn't work.

So, I removed older version of MSN Toolbar with Your Uninstaller 2004 Basic. But, when I try to instal a new version of Toolbar it didn't work.
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I'm not entirely sure if this will work, but it's worth a try.

Download Cleanup! and run it. It will delete all your temporary or "garbage" files and may solve the problem.

Let me know what happened.
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I'v downloaded Cleanup and run it. I'v also unninstal SpyBot, but without any effect.
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Try searching for any files related to MSN Toolbar using windows explorer or the SEARCH option in the start menu. If found, delete them.

let me know what happened.
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A better and faster option would be to download KillBox and to try and delete the file using it.
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I'v deleted MSN Toolbar Flode r and sucesfully installed my MSn Toolbar. Thanks. :tazz:
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No problem. Glad I could assist you!

Edited by VirusKillersM, 17 July 2005 - 07:34 AM.

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