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Can't remove Magic Control Agent/Instant Access [CLOSED]


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Miracles

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Hi John,

Well... yes and no. I had a look around at some of the other topics involving MSCLOCK.DLL, and went into safe mode to delete it. After a reboot I got a clean bill of health from ewido, the Microsoft AntiSpyware Beta, and Spysweeper.

Then... I ran SpyBot again and it found the same registry entry HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-3464014514-3941539683-980751038-1006\Software\LanConfig which it identifies as MagicControl Agent.
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Hi miracles lets try this.

Please go HERE
  • Scroll down the page and download the Registry Search Tool
  • Unzip RegSrch.zip to the desktop
  • Go into the RegSrch folder and double click on RegSrch.vbs
  • If you get a warning from your Anti-Virus please ignore it and allow this to run.
  • When it starts, you will be prompted to enter a search phrase.
  • Please enter this:


    • LanConfig

  • Click OK, it will disappear and won't look as if it's doing anything.
  • When it's done searching, a prompt will come up saying how many instances it found.
  • Click OK, and a notepad will open up.
  • Please copy the contents of that notepad and paste it here.

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