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#1 dude1181

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Posted 23 December 2005 - 11:09 PM

Hello. I`m not sure where to post this but I just wanted to post this to possibly help others out.
My computer got hit with Spy Axe and after searching for an "easy" fix, I dowloaded Spyware Doctor
and went and scanned my puter. The reviews I had read said it would remove Spy Axe, so I paid the 30 bucks and registered it.
Did the "easy" removal and my problems are GONE!! Sorry, I cant remember the website I downloaded it from but a search will get you there.

I had posted a reply in another thread about this fix, but it was deleted. I guess somebody thought I worked for Spyware Doctor. :thumbsup: Nope, I dont work for them, I just know what I went through with this mess and hadnt seen
anyone post an easy fix other than manually deleting files.

Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place, just want to help out.

I DO NOT WORK FOR THEM, I AM A DIESEL MECHANIC! :flowers:

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