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    Junior Member cronos's Avatar
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    Default problem found

    Hello all,
    I've just updated and scanned my pc and 1 problem was found,-lsearchtech.powerscan-there was no info available for this item.so was wondering if anyone knew anything as I dont know if I should fix it as it is a registry key.
    Regards.

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    if you cannot this link should be able to help
    Edit-tashi
    The first part is someone else that has the same problem the second part is the fix...

    Sorry I just read through it (should have done that first) It was not easily understandable.

    Edit-tashi ( but just in case let one of the team members confirm this )
    I did a google search on lsearchtech.powerscan and searchtech.powerscan and it looks to me as if its something I wouldn't want.


    bcr
    Last edited by tashi; 2006-01-19 at 07:41. Reason: Link to swi topic, title & remove advice.

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    Member of Team Spybot tashi's Avatar
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    Hello cronos.

    Please go here and follow instructions so we can get a clear picture.

    Before you post a log

    Start a topic here:
    Malware Forum

    Someone will then take a look at the system and advise you as soon as available to do so.

    Thank you BCR CMPTR for trying to help but anything that might be malware related has to go through "Before you post a log" with malware removal advice given only by the helpers in that forum.
    So we will take a look at a log there once cronos has posted.
    Cheers.
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