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Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. http://www.lavasoft....t=653&category= The sleep mode problem first started happening after installing Ad-Aware 10. Back to top #3 CeciliaB CeciliaB Volunteer Moderator 9646 posts Posted 25 April 2012 - 06:16 PM Hi gkovacs, Do you have other antivirus or similar programs installed in the computers? Filter. this contact form

You can close it by right-clicking on this green button and choosing ‘Exit’: This way, you will get rid of this button in your applications windows (even after reboot, it doesn’t Most of the BSODs are supposed to disappear in version 10.1. Support Center Login Click here to login and manage your account profile, view your downloads and licenses. Unfortunately, I will not be upgrading, the ordeals of today convinced me to use MSE from now on.Still I have to thank you for all your help.

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Check that the network connections are working. Run Ad-Aware on a frozen PC Download and install a command line scanner, learn to create and use a USB or CD scanner. All rights reserved. This seems to be the best solution in your case.

On the laptop (Core 2, Windows 7 x32), boot resulted in BSOD (NO MORE IRP STACK LOCATIONS). That happened to me when I tried. Ad-Aware 10 killed 2 computers, need help with uninstalling Started by gkovacs , Apr 25 2012 05:21 PM Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next Please log in to reply I have managed to finally run System restore in Safe Mode and get to a semi-working state (it was unsuccessful several times).

Be aware that rogue security software does exist on the Web, and be vigilant about avoiding it. Can I safely uninstall SbFw, sbhips, SBRE, and SbTis drivers from Device Manager? that should remove it cleanly instead of doing it through Device Manager. It took another 3 hours and an escalation to a Level 3 technician before they noticed the SbFw network adapter entry and disabled it, at which point, the network problems immediately

The desktop - even after successfully uninstalling Ad-Aware - was still unable to sleep / wake up. Have you tried a system restore in computer 2, maybe from Safe mode? But the remote support assistance they offer is, of course, paid. Finally I was able to uninstall from Control Panel, problems gone. 2.

  1. http://sunbelt-softw...t/vc/VClean.exe Cecilia, thanks for the tip.
  2. no need to use Device Manager to remove the Sunbelt NDIS drivers.
  3. When you click on ‘24x7 Help’ button, a window below opens showing your CPU utilisation, as well as a phone for free PC diagnosis.
  4. Back to top #14 CeciliaB CeciliaB Volunteer Moderator 9646 posts Posted 27 April 2012 - 12:06 PM My contact person at Lavasoft has checked that SPFClean removes the drivers and network
  5. I was a paying customer of Lavasoft Pro, and I think you owe it to me and other users in this situation to provide thorough and accurate instructions for getting rid
  6. Removing the Sunbelt drivers one by one fixed the problem.

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To Lavasoft: please be a lot more careful about your software releases. If you are experiencing issues with Ad-Aware please let us know, we will try and resolve your issue right away. Ad Aware This document is provided for self help purposes only. No, only Ad-Aware.

Attached Files SafeMode.txt 249bytes 835 downloads Edited by CeciliaB, 11 May 2012 - 11:37 AM. It’s also a good idea to familiarize yourself with common phishing scams, and to be cautious of links in e-mail messages and on social networking sites. This is also something which is posted in our FAQ's on http://lavasoft.com/support/faq/, though I will explain i... But several days later, I was trying to set up a Homegroup on a Win 7 network of 4 computers, and although 3 of the computers were able to join the

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Department: - Select - General Support (Purchase, software issues, download, install, accounts & browser) Sales (Business) Social (FB, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest & LinkedIn) Webmaster (Website vulnerabilities) Editor (Newsletters & promotional emails) If this happens, this means that the system in question has not been fully scanned with the installed anti-virus program or the anti-virus program has not been configured to scan inside Ad-Aware may or may not have this file in detection at the time it was scanned, but confusion is often created when a user scans with Ad-Aware and suddenly sees a

Remember, I've already uninstalled AdAware 10, so the using the command line string from erpguy6 won't help me--the AdAware directory and everything in it are already gone. 2.

This is also something which is posted in our FAQ's on http://lavasoft.com/support/faq/, though I will explain in more detail here. Back to top #5 CeciliaB CeciliaB Volunteer Moderator 9646 posts Posted 25 April 2012 - 11:28 PM Did you have Ad-Aware 9.6 before or an earlier version of Ad-Aware? This is where users should remove the Sunbelt NDIS filter driver and it will remove it properly. Some products defined as "rogue" simply fail to provide the reliable protection that a consumer paid for.

http://sunbelt-softw...t/vc/VClean.exe Back to top #11 davet1 davet1 Newbie Members 2 posts Posted 26 April 2012 - 03:28 PM A lifesaver! Back to top #20 chasji chasji Newbie Members 1 posts Posted 09 May 2012 - 01:09 PM First of all, thanks to everyone who has posted here. Since then the system boots without BSOD, but everything is broken and extremely slow, I can not uninstall or do anything. I spent 2 hours running the Network troubleshooters, testing all my Ethernet cables, rebooting the router, replacing network switches, searching Microsoft forums for clues to the problem--in short, everything I could

This left the Sunbelt drivers on the system, which seemingly have caused the sleep issue. 2. Best to remove the Sunbelt driver through here first, and then uninstall Ad-aware 10. When uninstalling, I think I simply pressed Change from Control Panel, chose Remove then rebooted.