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CleveC4

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[COLOR=orange][B] :tazz: I am trying to uninstall SpywareGuard from my pc and everytime I do, I get an error message saying that the path does not exist. Can someone help me? Thanks in advance.
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Is spywareguard still on your computer ?

it sounds like it is already uninstalled
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I did uninstall but when i try to remove it from my add and remove programs list, it says dll.protect cannot be removed.
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reinstall it and then use add/remove to remove it (how did you remove it in the first place--sounds like you just deleted the folder, then tried to remove the setting from add/remove)
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I actually uninstalled it from my add-remove list first but I noticed the folder was still in my program files list and tried removing it but I got an error message saying dll.protect cannot be deleted because it is write protected. I want it removed simply because it conflicts with my Norton Anti-Virus.
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