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Guest_Tony_*

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Hey can this be deleted... i dont use system restore and I dont use sygate personal firewall any more.


So are these ok to delet:

HKLM\System\ControlSet001\Enum\Root\LEGACY_SMCSERVICES\0000

DeviceDesc Sygate Personal Firewall

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darth_ash

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Yes u may delete it. (Dont forget to take backup)
Use RegSeeker to look for more unused values. And use the backups RegSeeker creates if anything goes wrong.
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Cool that is deleted.

Do you know how i can stop the Security Centre saying that i have sygate firewall turned on when I dont have it installed any more?

i did everything that sygate said to do, but that has not helped.

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I think Sygate did'nt get uninstalled propely. (I hate programs that do this) :tazz: .
Use RegSeeker, look for anymore Sygate Firewall values. And dont forget to rebbot after all these values have been removed.
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Done that and I have been through the reg my self and I cannot find any more things to do with the software.... i hate that type of software as well aye.... It's annoying.

Any more ideas?

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