Okay, they aren't found in the registry search. by wpgwpg / February 3, 2014 12:03 AM PST In reply to: windows 7, home premium Have you tried dragging the shortcut to the recycle bin? by wpgwpg / February 5, 2014 11:10 AM PST In reply to: Not there! Login or Register to post comments Athlonite on Tue 03 Feb 2009 01:46:19 AM UTC Uninstall ! check over here
I never considered the possibility that a restore could fail. Be very careful if you do scans with Revo into the registry and hard disk for leftover stuff. mine was also an email picture i forwarded to myself- it doesn't bother me enough to go through all the motions that they suggested above- i didn't try the "ubantu" solution by Techvedic / February 2, 2014 8:16 PM PST In reply to: Can't remove shortcut?! see this here
But the best overall suite of privacy protection tools I've stumbled upon is from CyberScrub, they have a rock solid and full featured set of applications including data destruction, evidence cleaner, yes no Thank you! Then you may still need to manually delete the "GData shredder", and many more other remnants related with the antivirus software you installed, which will also be able you to prevent Athlonite.
The affected files will now be automatically scanned for viruses.Your computer starts differently than usual after installing the software: This may be because the software CD is still in the drive. it's on my desktop. To start the uninstallation of GDI 2013, you can watch or review the video guide below to resolve some common or unknown problems removing it via using Windows' built-in program uninstaller If you select english, and from the quick products list select total care 2009 and scroll down, there's the trial version link.
Option #1: Modify - Change which program features are installed. It is very powerful commercial application suite which doesn't stop on shredding utility and is priced incredibly low for what it offers. I have disabled everything, including the Firewall and attempted to re-install over the existing copy of G-Data. http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/forum/software-problems-useful-utilities/42197-cant-remove-shredder-icon-desktop.html I guess one option is to keep trying earlier restore points.
Option #2: Remove - Remove G Data InternetSecurity 2012 from your computer. I used Revo uninstaller to uninstall Hitman Pro 3.5 and now my G-Data AV is messed up. Revo Uninstaller . Is where I downloaded it.
This will open a window called Run. page Step 3. GDI 2012 Files Info Review ASK, Windows File Folder; Location, C:\Program Files\G Data\InternetSecurity; Size, 1.95 MB (2,050,544 bytes); Contains 4 Files ASK, G Data AntiSpam UI application, 333 KB (342,008 bytes) It also has integrated Disk Wiper which uses shredding algorithm to wipe unused disk space.
Reimage Custom resolution help needed Problem with windows. [SOLVED] Make Voter Registration Automatic » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times check my blog Check whether you wish to keep your personal settings and quarantined files upon deletion of the software, then click Next. I always wondered why folk pass on solutions I've used over the years. Simply remove the CD and your computer will restart as normal.
I have 3 files on my desktop that I can't get rid of. http://www.gdata.de/testversionen.html . In about 3 minutes it'll come up with a user desktop similar enough to Windows that you can navigate to the desktop & delete that shortcut. ` It may seem a http://optionrefi.com/unable-to/unable-to-run-dds-scr.php I did my best to make this software useful and as reliable as possible but I can't an.
Step 2.You will see a list of all the installed applications on your PC. Looks like this thread ended 4 months ago but I don't see where a solution was found. The program came with a shredder.
That's when the trouble began. This is what helped for me with those programs. A new window with regedit data will appear, press Ctrl F and type "Shredder" or "PC Confidential" in the search box, press enter. by bill0224 / February 3, 2014 5:13 AM PST In reply to: Probably a Dumb newbie question Good call, didn't work though!
Click "Next" to continue. Confirm that you want to uninstall the program by clicking Yes. Click on it and then click "Remove". 7. have a peek at these guys freeware and stand alone It also able to detect and remove failed installations Login or Register to post comments leofelix (not verified) on Wed 10 Nov 2010 09:05:08 PM UTC I
Since G-data was a firewall, in an attempt to remove it, I scanned it with Avira, hoping it would take it for a virus. It's just a file with 0 bytes, but it's still there. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer Probably a Dumb newbie question by itsdigger / February 3, 2014 1:00 AM PST In reply to: Can't remove shortcut?! If there is then, PLZ read or ask how to use REVO.
began with an "E" but I can't remember the full name.) Login or Register to post comments BobbyNC on Thu 11 Nov 2010 01:23:56 AM UTC G-Data Uninstall Thanks again to ALSO, (very important) make a restore point BEFORE you use Revo, As far as Unlocker goes , Any file that says Busy or In use, use the right click context menu thx for the input everyone. Thanks Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Which program?
Then you would get details about your GDI 2012 antivirus software: Version: 126.96.36.199 (9/7/2011) Contact Information G Data Software AG P.O Box 10 08 68 D-44708 Bochum German Copyright: © G SoftwareTipsandTricks Forum > Software > Software Problems and Useful Utilities Cant Remove Shredder Icon from desktop User Name Remember Me? I just recently Installed Windows 7 RC, and I decided to Install G Data 2010 (Found Here: http://www.gdata-software.com/g-data-beta-test.html ). Ok, first of all , two programs you should absolutely have.
Then save all your files, then click Yes button, when GDI 2012 is telling you "You must restart your system for the configuration changes made to G Data InternetSecurity 2012 to A good forum will have the answers to your questions. If this fails then Boot in safe mode and choose the " last best known configuration" or something to that effect. I wasn't worried-I developed a plan (even though it STILL didn't work).
Then select "Add or remove programs" 4. What OS do you have (Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8)? Now delete it & restart your machine. Step 8.
I noticed there was a system tray program that I could select to come on startup, but it wasn't on.