ad-aware

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by mike09, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. mike09

    mike09 Moderator

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    i ran my first ad-aware scan and found loads of stuff. should i have it delete all of the findings? thanks in advance.
     
  2. Oorgle

    Oorgle Guest

    i do
     
  3. New Disease

    New Disease Whatever...

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    yeah shouldnt be any danger in deleting them all, if your not sure post the suspect ones and we will take a look
     
  4. mike09

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    alright cause i deleted all of them. i ahd like 160 :eek: dam that is a lot.
     
  5. Perris Calderon

    Perris Calderon Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    well, some of these might be something you need.

    no provlem , there is a backup file just in case.

    for instance, some programs rely on adds to exist...when we remove these keys, the program might not work.

    again, it's not a big deal, as you can just go to the backup file.
     
  6. peroxide

    peroxide Guest


    Indeed it is. This must be your first time running it. I usually average around 3-10
     
  7. mbunny

    mbunny Guest

    Mike!!! you butchered Jessica Alba!!!! GAH!!!
     
  8. mike09

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    yes it was my first time and what do u mean mbunny?
     
  9. sparti_kus

    sparti_kus Guest

    Mike, the first time I ran Ad-Aware I got about 50 entries all over the place so I just deleted them all.

    However, the full version of Kazaa rely on (as dealer touched upon) ads to run, so if you delete some of those ads, e.g. SaveNow(?), Kazaa will not run.

    Time to swap, I guess. :D
     
  10. mbunny

    mbunny Guest

    Her left arm is too thin =P

    Part of it was in the shadow... u cut out a tad too much =P
     
  11. sboulema

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    mmm damn youre right ( i made the sig :() was very hard to cut out jessica from a black background. :p need to fix that one time
     
  12. mike09

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    yea but its not my fault. thats sboulema. but sboulema kudoos on the sig its still great.
     
  13. rkwone

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    I would suggest you change to Spybot, Search&Destroy. It is so much easier to use. Presents "spyware" in format that is easier to understand. Shows "stuff" in context.:rolleyes: Try it you'll like it