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Bleeping Uniblue Registry Booster 2009


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#1 ebrid001

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Posted 15 September 2008 - 09:21 AM

***PLEASE DISREGARD***I figured it

RIGHT click start/left click explore/lift click program files/*close program on system tray/delete.




Hello.

I Googled for a driver update and the "I'm Feeling Lucky" link brought up the "Uniblue" site. I was doing two things at once and not thinking. It told me to check my registry first before downloading the driver.

I did,and it "found" over two hundred problems,so I clicked to remove those. It transferred me to a sight to get my credit card number to sell me the service.

(I got the driver from the manufacturer's site and checked my registry with my free software,and it was fine.)

So,I went to search/all files and folders,sent all the uniblue stuff to the recycle bin,and disposed of it,I thought.

The next time I booted up,the uniblue was part of the start up order. I tried removing it again,and this time,it denied me the right to remove it.

So,how do I remove it? ((XP sp3))

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Thank you.

Edited by ebrid001, 15 September 2008 - 10:04 AM.


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