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SoftwareUpdater.UI.exe is it a vrius/malware? how do i get rid of it?


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#1 Edgewould

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Posted 06 April 2014 - 02:16 PM

Greetings everyone! I have been recently ressurecting a toshiba laptop. A Satalite A305, running windows vista. I have been able to clean out a whole bunch of spyware, malware, viruses etc. 95% of my attempts have been very successful, except for one. SreviceUpdater.UI.exe. .Any research i have done suggests that this is undesirable software and may be hindering me from doing other things. I cannot find for the life of me, find, anything that gives a step by step removal process, much less one in laymens terms. Is there anyone who can shed some light on what i should or can do about this? thanks in advance.



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Posted 06 April 2014 - 03:42 PM

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