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dafyz

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Does anyone know the filename for the Command Anti-Virus program. I need to remove it, but the files are corrupt so Add/Remove does not work. I thought if I went into MS-DOS and found the filename it could be removed from there.
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Hello and Welcome to Geek To Go

Deleting it is not a good idea. I would advise that you download the installer for it reinstall it and then uninstall it. For an Anti Virus I recommend that you use AVG Anti Virus there is a link in my signature.

Edited by Michael Buckley, 18 October 2005 - 09:07 PM.

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Tried that, but would not install correctly because of the existing corrupt files. Any other ideas?

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What error do you get when you try to uninstall it?
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