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AZESEARCH Toolbar (Removal?)


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rachidits

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Hi All the solution to this problem is as follows

goto start>> run
type regedit
in the registry click on edit and then click find

search for azesearch

then delete all the entries that are found

when you finish goto edit>>find

search for start page and then right click on it and modify
and put in there you own internet start page e.g www.geekstogo.com

then you have fixed the problem without paying anyone?

Yeah Baby Yeah!!
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hey i have the same problem with AZE search, i have got rid of the actual search bar but i am left with it covering up google home page so i cant use the search engin, so i guess i havent fully deleted all the files... i have deleted anything on my computer containing the phrase "AZE" is there any other files it adds on??
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barfly776

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thanks will try now ian
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Hi All the solution to this problem is as follows

goto start>> run
type regedit
in the registry click on edit and then click find

search for azesearch

then delete all the entries that are found

when you finish goto edit>>find

search for start page and then right click on it and modify
and put in there you own internet start page e.g www.geekstogo.com

then you have fixed the problem without paying anyone?

Yeah Baby Yeah!!

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YEP...
This Works
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Metallica

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I am closing this thread.

Anyone experiencing problems with this malware read here:
http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

and post your logs if that does not solve the problem.

Anyone wanting to help with fighting spyware can join the ranks here:
http://www.geekstogo...here-t4817.html

Regards,

Pieter

PS Be carefull out there. It's a jungle.
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