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    Uninstalling Norton may not be easy, it can hook deep into the system.

    Start>Control Panel>Add/Remove is the normal way to remove a program once it has been stopped.

    See:
    http://service1.symantec.com/support...01092114452606

    However, I would hold off removing anything until a helper assists you in your malware forum topic.

    S/he will be the best person to guide you and give you tips for the anti virus program to suit your needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musikmn
    Sorry if this has been asked before, but could someone tell me what these results mean (i think they are spyware, but wanna make sure) also what is the best way of dealing with them?

    Avenue A, Inc
    BFast
    CasaleMedia
    CoreMetrics
    DoubleClick
    Download Accelerator Plus Ads
    DyFuCA.InternetOptimizer
    FastClick
    ISearchTech.ISTactiveX
    ISearchTech.ISTbar
    ISearchTech.YSB
    LinkSynergy
    SexTracker
    SurfAccuracy
    TargetNet
    Unknown
    ValueClick
    Web3000
    WebInstall
    WebTrends live
    Windows Security Centre.AntivirusDisableNotify
    Windows Security Centre.AntivirusOverride
    Windows Security Centre.FirewallDisableNotify


    Thanks for any assistance that the experts can provide
    I just used spybot to fix DoubleClick & CoreMetrics, & got a lot of registery errors, I'm thinking of restoring to prior restore point. (should I & how do I fix this).
    If im not mistaken the errors where you get "... error at ...." ae reg.
    Thanks for your assistance

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    Please ask the helper in your Malware Removal forum topic any questions you might have until that topic is closed:
    Last edited by md usa spybot fan; 2006-06-15 at 06:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by md usa spybot fan
    Please ask the helper in your Malware Removal forum topic any questions you might have until that topic is closed:
    Indeed.
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