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How to Remove Active Desktop Calendar 4.4 Xemi Computers


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#1 895

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 07:07 AM

Hi, I downloaded some software and this Active Desktop has now taken over my computer desktop. When I try to change desktop display it flashes bact to the Calendar screen (Black with 2 x mths calendar)

I tried to uninstall in control panel/programs, but although the program is there (Active Desktop Calendar 4.4 Xemi Computers) when I swelect it to uninstall it says the program does not exist( like malware).

Even if I try to change screen to another picture etc, in a second or 2 it just goes straight back to a black desktop screen.

How can I get rid of it/turn it off even?

Please Help!!!!!

Cheers

Andy



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#2 Will5200

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 07:54 AM

Interesting, visited the site that is associated with this software: http://www.xemico.com/about.html. Do not see any kind of support link. Since you have tried uninstalling, there is a contact link here: http://www.xemico.com/contact.php#support. This particular application does not appear to be malware, please correct me if I'm wrong. On the chance that they don't get back with you, there is the Revo uninstaller: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/revo-uninstaller/ that is good at removing stubborn programs. As always, be careful and use at your own risk. (Create a restore point first). Take care.






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