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AZESearch- yep another one


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coxswain157

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:tazz: Thanks alot guys...I used the string and was able to remove some of the
files but NOT that #$%$ *.ocx file. Did what you suggested(I have a dual boot system) and once I was out of XP, it was easy to get rid of. Many, Many thanks
and koodos to all who are helping the rest of us.
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How to get rid of AZESEARCH  :tazz:
START>RUN and then type:
regsvr32 /u /s "%systemroot%\system32\azesearch.ocx"

it's now uninstalled and you are able to delete the 3 azesearch.* files in
your %systemroot%\system32 folder.

Additionally you can open the regeditor (regedit.exe oder regedt32.exe) and delete the azesearch registry key under HKLM\SOFTWARE, but this isn't necessary.

Hope this helps.

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Thanks man, even a dutch man knows what to do !!!!
It was a fullisch thing that azesearch !!!!
Now my kids can run on internet again !!!!

Thank again !!
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