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Question Posted Monday August 8 2011, 11:54 pm

i have a spyware called Street Ads Browser Enhancer in my programs. i have tried to uninstall it but it starts to uninstall and then says Au-exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. it wont uninstall the program. can anyone help??

I've had s many infections on my computer even though I have a virus remover program. Should I just get a laptop already?


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Eunice101 answered Monday August 15 2011, 2:33 am:
This has happened to me before, what i did was download a software called Spybot and it killed all my infections and other things as well.

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russianspy1234 answered Wednesday August 10 2011, 8:13 pm:
Download
Spybot: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)

Malwarebytes: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)

and

Super Anti-SPyware: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)

They are all free. Install and update them, then reboot your computer in safe mode (press F8 a few times as it is first turning on, a menu should come up) and run all of them. This should nuke that infection as well as any others you have on the computer.

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LM answered Tuesday August 9 2011, 7:24 pm:
Before you get a new computer, download the program Malwarebytes. I use it all the time and it finds minor infections like spyware and adware that my AVG doesn't detect.


Here's a legit site you can download it from.
- [Link](Mouse over link to see full location).


It's important, especially with older computers, to have your anti-virus software up to date. Make sure you have a firewall. Run "Disk defragmenter" and do general things to make your computer faster: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)


Don't delete anything that could be important, like registry files. If you have a lot of files on the computer, considering storing them on an external drive. I have this one and use it for backup (you can get them much cheaper in stores)
- [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)


-LM
[19/f]

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