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incredifind Virus

Posted on 2004-09-23
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I renamed this file DELETe and now can't delete it.  How can I get rid of it?

TIA,


Jess
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Hi JessP,

what platform? In any case, try giving full path name to the delete command on your platform

Sunnycoder
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XP Professional
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by:JessP
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Hi SunnyCoder:


I typed in the pathC:>//delete/program files/incredifind.   this did not work.

I renamed the delete folder and file to "incredifind"  I also found a second incredifind folder.  what can I try next?

Jess
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by:JessP
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I am trying to use this free App called:  "MoveOnBoot", which will delete it after you reboot.  I will let you know what happens.
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by:JessP
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I can use the MoveOnboot.  I am still looking for a way to delete this files
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I got them deleted, by Rebooting several times and deleting them right away.

thanks for the Help SunnyCoder.

Jess
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Use these instructions to <a href="http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-incredifind.html">remove incredifind</a>
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