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#1 BallistikBombshell

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 07:52 PM

Hey. I have a huge music collection on my computer, and usually I'm good at weeding out the bad downloads. However, for the past few days I've had these lovely fellows in my search results (they don't show up in the All Music list) in Windows Media Player. The only P2P program I use is LimeWire.

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Deleting them doesn't work. I tried to find the file, but it only gives a web address as a filepath.

I've run HijackThis, Spybot Search & Destroy, Windows Defender, Ad-Aware, Yahoo Anti-Spy, and eTrust EZ Antivirus, and I have the Antivirus, Spybot SD Resident, and a firewall running, but none of this has solved the problem.

I've had this problem before, but unfortunately, I don't remember how I solved it. I'm almost certain it wasn't with a spyware program. Any help would be VERY MUCH appreciated.

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Posted 15 June 2006 - 10:21 PM

Have you tried searching C:<Documents And Settings<(The User on which limewire is on)<Shared? Thats the usual path for Limewire downloads.
Legend has it that... If you put an AOL disc the opposite way and play it you can hear devilish music... Even worse if you put it the right way... IT INSTALLS AOL!
Click here 3 times for $100,000<--- I mean .00001 dollars.

#3 BallistikBombshell

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Posted 16 June 2006 - 12:45 AM

No, it doesn't show anything in the Shared file (which is where I store everything), but thanks anyway.

Also I like your signature. Heh.




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