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#1 tooter801

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Posted 12 March 2005 - 10:29 PM

I got help from a moderator on the HJT board. He instructed me to download Syware Blaster, which i did. He helped me get rid of the nasty bug I had. Now, though, I've got the Spyware Blaster Icon plus the setup.exe still on my desktop. I can't move the setup anywhere I've tried. My question is, do i need it anymore, or can I hide it? I hope this makes sense. Thanks.

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Posted 13 March 2005 - 11:03 AM

If SpywareBlaster is installed you do not need the setup program for it at all (unless you want to save it). What happens if you right-click on it and click the Delete menu option? If that doesn't work try dragging it to the Recycle Bin. Unless it's running there should be nothing preventing you from removing it.

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