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    Guys help me about uninstalling kaspersky 6.0

    Guys this is weird I already uninstall this programs but the worst thing here is this programs remains in my computer that's why I can't install my new kaspersky 2009.. I'm stress with this. Actually I already delete this but when my computer ask me to restart my computer I ignore it. Then without knowing this programs remain to my computer and cannot delete anymore..

    Then when I'm in add/remove programs it always says that the feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable Click ok to try again, or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package below \\192.168.0.168\vpc\WinXP Standard Install\KAVWKS6 6.0.3.837\exec\

    Then if I'm going to delete the folder kaspersky in my programs file it says taht error in deleting cannot delete access denied make sure that the disk is not full or write protected


    Guys I hope you can help me with this sihs

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    I can help you with this problem. add me on msn. my id malnomany@hotmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by malnomany View Post
    I can help you with this problem. add me on msn. my id malnomany@hotmail.com
    Doing that defeats the purpose of using the forum. The idea of a forum is to share the answer to the problem so that next time someone has the same problem they can find the answer previously published and not need to ask the same question again.
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    I didn't mean to. but solving the problem requires a program to be sent to the help seeker. can I attach files here ?

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    alright malnomany tell me first is this a free service

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderbabygurl View Post
    alright malnomany tell me first is this a free service
    I don't charge people to help them

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    I suggest you to use regseeker. It is a freeware, you may download it and install. It will uninstall all unwanted software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malnomany View Post
    I didn't mean to. but solving the problem requires a program to be sent to the help seeker. can I attach files here ?
    Right and you'll send a virus/malware instead that is very smart.
    Accepting anything from unknown sources is just stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logic_earth View Post
    Right and you'll send a virus/malware instead that is very smart.
    Accepting anything from unknown sources is just stupid.
    if you have a solution for the problem just post it and if you don't then it is better to keep silent than attacking someone you don't even know. plus I asked if I can attach files here so a smart guy like you can scan the file

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    Got the same problem I just used Revo Uninstaller to completely remove any trace of it from my computer including registry entries and hard disk files related to it.

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    Revo uninstaller should to the job. How's your pc now riderbabygirl?
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    Try this guide from Kaspersky Lab itself: http://support.kaspersky.com/kis2010...?qid=208279463
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    Most Software company has their own uninstall utility if ever the add/remove programs don't work. I had a similar problem, but its McAfee... I called their tech support and they sent me a McAfee removal tool that simply cleans my computer of any McAfee files.

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    You are right...and in fact you can remove it manually by your own if you know how to tweak the registry files or using DOS command prompt to strip the attributes of the undeleted files.
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    Hi.. guys.. sorry I've been busy.. I tried using Revo uninstaller. It works but when I turn off my computer. Still, the kaspersky is in my program files. What do you think is the best thing I need to do. ? Reformat my disk? Please help me Kaspersky_key

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    I also try using DOS command prompt. I attrib it, I see some S H R then I deleted it. But when I'm going to turn off my computer. It will show again. sighs

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    Quote Originally Posted by riderbabygurl View Post
    Hi.. guys.. sorry I've been busy.. I tried using Revo uninstaller. It works but when I turn off my computer. Still, the kaspersky is in my program files. What do you think is the best thing I need to do. ? Reformat my disk? Please help me Kaspersky_key
    Have you tried to use the remover: http://forum.kaspersky.com/lofiversi...hp/t30938.html

    Download it and install to remove kaspersky. If this process is not possible then deleting the folder from the program file manually is okay
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    Second method is to delete the registry.

    Windows XP.

    Click Start ---> Run ---> Regedit and press enter
    On the Regedit page look for edit tab and click find or simply CTRL + F on your keyboard. Then search for kaspersky.

    Delete each of the kaspersky folder and values that exist in the registry system file. Keep do find to make sure that you delete them all. After all kaspersky folder (registry) are deleted now it should not be a problem you go to your program file and delete the kaspersky folder
    Last edited by Kaspersky_key; Aug 11, 2009 at 18:17. Reason: missing words
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    ^ Now it works! Thanks


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