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InTheIrons

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I finally got rid of the spy sheriff , but my wallpaper is still locked ..... If I go into 'display in the control panel under desktop, I can not change it ..... How can I get this done?
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If you dont mind me asking, are you sure its gone? I can offer you the registry fix, but im curious how you got rid of it. If there are remnants, they can be rekindled.
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The program doesn't show up in "Add remove" programs, or when I do a search for "Spy Sheriff." I ran a Ad-Aware sweep which didn't help. I dowloaded an ran "Spy Sweeper," which appears to have fixed most of the delima. Like I said, the only reminants is that the wallpaper is locked. I can change the color scheme under the "appearence" tab, but I can't change the wallpaper.
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