Duckie

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  1. Try uninstalling via the Add & Remove utility or if not go to this directory C:\Program Files and look for the name of the program and simply right click and delete ( it should be named uniblue or the name of whichever uniblue program you installed )

  2. [quote name='zapbuzz' post='124191' date='Dec 18 2010, 11:38 PM']look i can understand that you guys want to make every cent out of your bloatware and it gets bigger and bigger each year.
    Google chome should be included as an external download feature and not bundled ok?
    you american cockfags own the internet and we suffer the expense ok?
    not all of us can afford to constantly download american bloated ego ok?
    ad aware is just bloated bullcrap ware and i'm not touching it no more.
    park it where the sun don't shine LavaBloat[/quote]

    I'm sorry you feel Lavasoft is a big program and i know what your saying bout some people suffer for downloading content from other countries and risk using there Data Cap allowance but that still doesn't give you the right too abuse them, despite me also having to deal with Data allowance caps there are a lot more security suites out there which are a lot bigger than ad-aware.

    Thank You

    CW

  3. Hey There Bob Merlin,

    Firstly next time when your going to make a post please start a new topic instead of hijacking someone else's topic, secondly if your a paid user you can get support here [url="http://www.lavasoft.com/support/supportcenter/"]support link[/url]. You could also try going too C:\Program Files and look for a folder name lavasoft or ad-aware and delete it and see if that helps you with installing.


    Cheers

    CW

  4. Hey there melon,

    In my signature there is a link to the Hijack this forum, click on that and create a new topic with a description of the issue and an expert will help you from there, this could be a timely matter so just be patient if your not assistant straight away :)

    Cheers

    CW

  5. Hey there claw99,

    It's good to remember to have all Browsers closed while scanning/ removing cookies cause this can sometimes make it hard for some applications to remove them, it wouldn't surprise me if ad-aware will remove the cookie upon reboot with its boot cleaning function so you should reboot and rescan or better yet use the track sweep utility :).

    Cookie's are not malicious all they are is mere notepads that websites you visit store information so they can remember your preference's you set on them, so they're really nothing to worry about.

    Cheers

    CW

  6. Hey There DeRat,

    I'm sorry that your having issue's with removing this trojan, it's hard for me too say if it's a false positive or not but i can suggest a few things

    1. preform a full in safe mode this will help ad-aware remove the infection as it wont be active as safe mode only allows the basic service's to run windows loaded

    2. I have linked in my signature the false positive forum where a LS employee can determine if the file is a false positive or not, if it is they will fix it on the next definition file update and if it isn't then i will say you need to make a post in the Hijack this forum which is also linked in my signature and a expert will help you remove the infection, this could be a timely matter so i apologize for that inconvenience

    Goodluck

    CW

  7. Hey there mattklionsky,

    Sorry to hear your having issues executing a scan, let me suggest a couple of things to try

    1. Exclude Ad-aware via avasts interface so avast doesn't scan ad-aware
    -AAWservice
    -AAWtray
    -C:\Program Files\ ( that's the path to where you need to look for ad-aware and exclude the whole EXE )

    2. temporarily shut down avast while executing a scan with ad-aware ( disconnect from the internet before doing this don't need you getting infected during this :) )


    Goodluck

    CW

  8. Hey there Eldur,

    Please click the link in my signature which links you too the false positive forum and create a new topic :rolleyes: until then the only advisable information i can give is when its detected is add the program too ignore/or add it too ignore through the user interface if that able to be done but don't quote me on that

    Cheers

    CW

  9. Hey There,

    Please make a post in the [url="http://www.lavasoftsupport.com/index.php?showforum=36"]HiJack-this[/url] Forum by the link provided to you and start a new topic and someone will kindly assist your issue.

    Cheers

    Computer Wizard

  10. Hello there SteveszJWV1,

    I'm sorry your smart scan is taking longer than it previously done for you, let me try my best to offer some steps that may be causing this.

    1. Fragmented hard-drive - Preform a disk defrag

    2. Unnecessary junk files - Preform a disk clean up

    try those steps first and post back, i know they're very basic procedures but its sometimes those lil things that cause the trouble :rolleyes: