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#1 zuko


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Posted 03 December 2009 - 12:54 PM

O/S Windows 7. I want to uninstall a 2003 version of Norton Anti Virus and I get a popup that says I have to be the Administrator, which I am and I have the guest user accoutnt on off.

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#2 gogo12


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Posted 03 December 2009 - 11:29 PM

Here Zuko,
Uninstall Ask Toolbar Error 1730 Text: Error 1730. You must be an administrator to remove this application. To remove this application, you can logon as an administrator, or contact your technical support group for assistance.

Again I was logged into the computer as an administrator and ended up having to take a bunch of extra steps to get the application to uninstall properly. I believe that Malwarebytes removed part of the application because it was labeled as spyware but it did not remove the entire application which caused part of the issue. The other part of the issue is that the Ask Toolbar acts like spyware a bit any way. Follow the steps below to remove the Ask Toolbar from your Windows Vista computer.

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