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Trouble With Removing Spy Falcon

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#1 air 1

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 04:21 PM


I am trying to remove SpyFalcon by using this here but I can't seem to alleviate the problem. When I go look for the dxmpp.dll, it is nowhere to be found. I have searched and manually searched and I can't come across it. Also, on the #5 step where you double click on the .reg file I downloaded, when I double click on it, nothing happens. It acts like something loads for a second, but nothing comes up. Any pointers?


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Posted 02 March 2006 - 10:05 PM

Click the link for the .reg file.
Copy everything at the link, and paste it into Notepad.
Click File / Save As..., and name it FixSF.reg
In the Save as type: box, click the dropdown arrow and select All Files.
Save it to your Desktop.

Go to the file you saved to your Desktop, and double click it.
When it asks if your're sure you want to add the file to the registry, click Yes.
That will merge the file with the registry.
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Posted 04 March 2006 - 12:24 AM

That worked! I really appreciate your help. That all that I needed, to save it into notepad and do it that way. Thanks Again!

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