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Uninstall Wifi Drivers Error

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#1 CryxCaster


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Posted 25 October 2008 - 09:29 PM

I recently got infected with a large amount of spyware and a trojan and am now trying to fix the resulting damage and errors. I used Antispyware 2009 to remove the bad files. Right after, I began receiving a message "Exception GIFException in module aviWUSB54GC.dll." According to Linksys support if I uninstall the adaptor in my Device Manager and then the drivers and reinstall the problem would be solved. I have tried this several times and have always run into the same deadend. When I open Add/Remove Programs to uninstall the Linksys software the wizard will only progress as far as five percent. I though at first that it would just take more time so I let it sit for about an hour and it still hadn't moved any further.

My OS is Windows XP Home with service pack 3. The adaptor is a model WUSB54GC and I am trying to reinstall drivers downloaded from the Linksys website. It may also be relevant to say that this desktop is now the central computer for our wireless network and I no longer use this adaptor or program to access the internet. Would it be more prudent to find a way of removing all the Linksys material as it is no longer needed?

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