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I got rid of aurora


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I simply followed the instructions when trying to uninstall it from the add/remove in the control panel they send you to a website where you download an unistall tool, I used it and restarted my computer, it took less than 5 minutes to get rid of it....my logs are clean of aurora and nail.exe is just a bad memory now :tazz:
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