Dominick

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  1. I am new to this forum, and have posted in the subforum "Bug reports (AAW 2007), but no one has responded to me. I find this thread very interesting. I desire to return (for now) to Ad-Aware SE, for I feel it is an excellant product, but if Lavasoft fails to resolve issues with Ad-Aware 2007 (because it is having trouble duplicating the problem?) will the lack of stability in the new version of Ad-aware impede the withdrawal of Ad-Aware SE? WHAT DO i DO? Will someone please answer me? Rich100
  2. Hi, I have run a smart scan in user and administrator mode on a different computer than the one referred to in another post,using the free version of the final release of Ad-Aware 2007 on a desktop running Windows XP Professional SE. As with the other computer, the scan was run after disk cleanup was utilized in both User and Administrator modes. The smart scan completed and nothing more serious than data miners was detected, yet when I attempted to delete all that was detected, the following items failed removal: Infections Found =========================== Family Id: 725 Name: Tracking Cookie Category: DataMiner TAI:3 Item Id: 600000513 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat adbrite.com Apache / Item Id: 600000513 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat adbrite.com fq / Item Id: 600000513 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat adbrite.com b / Item Id: 600000073 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat specificclick.net dmc / Item Id: 600000073 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat specificclick.net dmk / Item Id: 600000073 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat specificclick.net smc / Item Id: 600000073 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat specificclick.net smk / Item Id: 600000513 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat ads.adbrite.com ihc_225006 / Item Id: 600000101 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat overture.com ConvData / Item Id: 600000101 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat overture.com UserData / Item Id: 600000101 Value: Browser: Internet Explorer Cookie: C:\Documents and Settings\res05\Cookies\index.dat overture.com SessionData / Your suggestions are most appreciated. Rich100
  3. Hi. I have run a full system scan in administrator mode using the free version of the final release of Ad-Aware 2007 on a desktop running Windows XP Professional SE. The scan was run after disk cleanup was utilized in both User and Administrator modes. The full scan completed and nothing more serious than data miners was detected, yet when I attempted to delete all that was detected I receieved the following: Access violation at address 00536606 in module Ad-Aware 2007.exe Read of address 0000000D Component: TVirtualStringTree I have searched for similar postings to find that they refer to Vista. I hope you can easily advise me. Rich100