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Posted 21 March 2011 - 08:16 PM
Posted 21 March 2011 - 09:24 PM
Please download the Revo Uninstaller to your desktop.
Note ---> Scroll down the page and be sure to download the "freeware" version not the "30d fully functional free trial, called Proffessional"
- Double click Revo.exe to install and run.
- Highlight XXXX.
- Choose Uninstall.
- Are you sure - Yes
- Mode - Advanced
- Are you sure - Yes
- Initial Uninstall - Next
- Scanning for leftovers - Next
- Check the bolded box only!!!! <--- Important!!
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Posted 29 March 2014 - 06:45 PM
I realize that it has been a long time since the original post on this matter, but I just came across it yesterday --- perhaps this will help for present and future reference.
Here’s what worked for me:
1} Perform a Start Menu Search for “Conduit Ltd” (just the word “conduit” may
work); then delete or uninstall any and all files that have “Conduit Ltd”
associated with them; then open the Programs and Features folder in your
Control Panel and uninstall the Freecorder Toolbar.
Conduit Ltd is apparently associated with the installation process for Freecorder and a number of other downloadable software applications, and it has a propensity for installing potentially harmful add-ons EVEN if you indicate that you wish to DECLINE them. I would suggest that if you’re preparing to download or install software and the word “Conduit” appears, then kill the process and search anew.
BTW, I have been using Freecorder5 and 6 for about 2 years, with no problems
(I really like the version 5 downloader), and getting rid of the Conduit Ltd file
(it was an executable titled “uninstall”) has not affected the performance of either application.
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