The error code is 2826. Note: At this point, your computer may perform a restart to complete the uninstall process. I understand that with the infinite number of software and hardware configurations, my situation may very well be unique. I won't be uninstalling Firefox, I'd rather uninstall Internet Explorer, but that's of course impossible under Windows. Is there any way to reduce the timeout on the Windows Installer? Your computer will be restarted during the procedure. It's not unbearable and I guess that is to be expected with antivirus software. Here's a short single page summary.
Would you like to do this now? Mom without checking with me first, of course! Further, any modifications you make on your own may cause confusion for the helper assisting you and could complicate the malware removal process which would extend the time it takes to clean your computer. To avoid confusion, I am closing this topic. My computer was a laptop that was only 2yrs old, had the latest updates and had never had any problems before. Its impossible to trace down what caused the slowdown without any info. I suspect its going to be on this computer til the day it dies.
Click Uninstall in the bottom bar. Just to get back where I originally started. It's a free utility that tends to do a more thorough job of uninstalling things many times than the program's own uninstall program would do. I don't think the uninstaller is working either now - or even ran before. This may indicate a problem with this package.
Follow the steps in the guide to complete the uninstallation process. I really appreciate everyone running this site. After you are done, it will start to uninstall and meanwhile will ask you some optional survey questions. Would you like to do this now? As I said, I never had Norton or McAfee ever installed on this system, at least since it's been running Windows 7 anyways. If one does not, uninstalling can range from trivial to downright scary. This will include all installation files, user files, registry items. It may take a while to get a response because the Malware Removal Team members are very busy working logs posted before yours.
You will get a prompt telling you that it is recommended to run this executable file after Windows is booted into Safe Mode. I downloaded the uninstall programs both 32 bit ones just in case 1 didn't work to start them in safemode and again, a quick box popped up that disappeared right away. I called my computer geeks and one told me to restore factory setting. The same thing keeps happening. I even cleaned the fan.
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Give it atleast 20-30 minutes to finish if needed. All you have to do: tell Chrome to not visit that page when you run it. Sorry to double post here, forgot to type in some info before i clicked post. I'm on a different computer right now. Then tick any security software detected and choose to remove it. Click the Run Scan button to see what it finds.
When prompted, save the file to the Desktop. Also please describe how your computer behaves at the moment. I'm not seeing any infection 1. The programs can be a useful complement to help in these situations but are definitely not a one click solution. I recently just experienced the exact same problem as Cad Geek. What anti-spyware applications other than Defender? I had to completely re-install the programs to regain their use.