Posted 03 May 2011 - 01:50 PM
My friend needs her computer. No response from BP, so I did the best I could. Started in safe mode. Uninstalled PCPowerSpeed using Windows 7 Control Panel > Programs and Features. The uninstall did not seem to use the PCPowerSpeed uninstaller. It did remove files from Program Files (x86), Startup list in MSCONFIG, files in AppData, etc. I restarted in safe mode. I ran CCleaner again to clean temporary files and registry errors. I searched with regedit for any occurences of PCPowerSpeed (none found). I rebooted in normal mode, deleted all restore points, and created a new restore point. I have been running the system for about 5 hours and no pop-ups or other messages. My friend will continue to monitor. This posting can be closed as I will not have access to this computer. If it re-occurs I will open a new post.