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I noticed a file in my software list, named Accoona and I uninstalled it. But when I checked in my Program Files, the file was stil there and when I tried to delete it, it says something like 'Can't delete ASearchAssist.dll. Access denied. Check if this file is not being used'.
And when I do Ctrl-Alt-Delete and check the processes, I don't see it anywhere.
Please help, because I want this thing away, I think it could be harmful for my pc.

Duplicate post.. User was helped in a other topic. Closed.

Edited by Rawe, 19 September 2005 - 12:37 AM.

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