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Can't uninstall Hitman Pro after following the guide...

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#1 porty


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Posted 04 August 2017 - 11:21 PM



Yesterday I got infected with the Launchpage bug, then found the above page and followed all the steps. The Launchpage bug was dealt to and my computer seemed to be back to normal.


Only problem is, I now appear to have a Hitman Pro 'infection'.


I used the app as the guide said, but afterwards, I didn't want it on a permanent basis so I uninstalled it.


But it didn't completely uninstall.


I'm an IT guy with a fair bit of experience, and managed to get rid of most Hitman elements, but there are still several registry entries that defy all my attempts to delete them.


Never encountered this situation before. 


Is there a Hitman cleaner?

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 05:27 AM

Sometimes reinstalling a partially uninstalled program and then using another such as Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware to do the uninstalling works

to completely remove a program.

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