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SlappyMuttMutt

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I had installed Panda Internet security with firewall like a year back. I uninstalled it and I've been using Windows Firewall evern since. Now that I want to install my new firewall Outpost Firewall PRO, my computer will not boot up. When I check out what firewall is running after I turn off my windows one it says Panda Firewall is on. Anyway to completely remove it?
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Click start then search, type Panda then press enter

Send any files you find to the recycle bin but do not empty it, reboot, check the PC is running OK, check what the firewall says

If you get access denied, click start then run, type msconfig then press enter then start up, remove any ticks for Panda, Incio etc, there are usually a few in this list, click apply, reboot, try to send the Panda files to the recycle bin

Click start then run, type prefetch then press enter, click edit, select all, the contents of the folder will highlight, right click any file, click delete, confirm, reboot
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I already tried these things, and a registry mechanic scan. Anymore ideas?
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Include hidden and system files when you search and if you already did this as well, what files did it find, and if any, what error did it give when trying to remove them
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