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  1. Hi Wademan, Thanks for the reply. I already have SuperAnti-Spyware on my machine. I have ran all my anti-nasty programs & nothing has shown up. The programs I have ran are superantispyware, Adaware, A-squared, Spybot, AVG Anti-spyware, Hijackthis & CWShredder & my Anti-virus is AVG all updated regularly. So I presume it's nothing to worry about. Cheers Wizzkid
  2. Hi all, Just to let you all know I have been successful in my quest... If any of you have the same pain with Counterspy this is what I did. 1. Downloaded & installed : Jv16 Power Tools, RegSeeker, Glary Utillities & CCleaner. (I had them on my pc already) 2. Make a system Restore Point. 3. In Safe Mode. Search > All files & folders > counterspy > when the search finds everything select it & delete it. 4. Run regseeker "click clean registry" & delete everything to do with sunbelt counterspy. Then still in regseeker select "find in registry"
  3. Hi Guys, Hope I have wrote this in the correct forum..... I was searching through my comp just now & in the find files & folders box I entered "Live" as I was searching to see if Windows Live Mail was on my system (I couldn't find it in my programs & I ams gonna need it in June for my hotmail account, so I thought I would get in now). Any way it found a folder called img.livejasmin.com this was located at C:\Documents and Settings\Pete\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash\Player\#SharedObjects\G
  4. Hi all, The other day I attempted to uninstall Sunbelt Counterspy. I discovered there was no entry for it in the add/remove programs list (no uninstaller either), so it came down to a manual unistall (don't like doing it) I deleted every single entry for counterspy from my computer even the registry with numerous cleaners but it continually came up with errors from counterspy (it isn't even on my PC, I thought). Luckilly I made a restore point & I restored my PC & the errors went away. I have removed counterspy from my startup menu using MSCONFIG, but I have discovered that it is
  5. Hi, Ok then lets have ago at giving some some decent information. When I serch for my computer as mentioned \\computer-name I find it. A window appears and there are two network folders in it. 1 named Public and 1 named Users. When I double click on users a window opens with three folders in it. 1 named Default, 1 named guest and 1 named public. When I double click on any of those folders a window opens with several folders in it such as favorites, my pictures, my music, documents ect. most of these folders are empty. Except one, which actually has folders in it from my PC not the
  6. Thanks brank20, That did the trick, like you say once I know it's working I can sort the security side out. There is still one little thing though. I still cannot share my files..................... My account does not show up on the list of users. The accounts that show are Guest & Default not me, so I still can't access my files. Thanks Wizzkid
  7. Hi, I have a very small wireless home network of 2 computers a PC running XP & a Laptop running vista. The PC is connected to the internet via a modem hardwired to a wireless router which is hardwired to the PC. My laptop is connected wirelessly. It works fine. The problem is, from my Laptop I can share files on my PC, but from my PC I cannot share the files on my Laptop. File sharing is turned on. When I search from my PC for a computer on my network it finds my Laptop, when I double click the icon a popup says "Laptop not accessable, the user has not been granted the requested logon
  8. Thanks for your help waddles away. :beer:
  9. Hi, I did all you said and there was nothing found at all this is what the report said : --------------------------------------------------------- ewido anti-spyware - Scan Report --------------------------------------------------------- + Created at: 15:30:33 10/5/2006 + Scan result: Nothing found. ::Report end Thanks for your help, Wizzkid
  10. Hi all, Could some one please take a look at this log for me and let me know if it is ok. Just a minute ago I ran a scan and just out of interest I looked at, O20 - Winlogon Notify: SASWinLogon - C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware\SASWINLO.dll and readup about it & apperently these .dll's are rarely ever used except by trojans could this be one..... Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1 Scan saved at 15:28:22, on 10/2/2006 Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180) Running processes: C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe C
  11. Hi, Just to let you know, so you will be able to close this thread, the problem is solved, just a s I suspected, the other user had made himself the administrator, once I was able to get hold of his password I was able to fix the problem and uninstall a program which was causing the system some trouble. Wizzkid
  12. Hi, Thanks for the replies, will try these things out the next time I see her, which will be in a few weeks, will let you know how things work out, so you can close the thread. Wizzkid
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