Removing StopSign

Posted on 2006-03-19
Last Modified: 2008-12-29
How can I remove eAcceleration, StopSign and associated programs from my Windows XP system?
Question by:dlauseng
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi dlauseng,

    Download and Run this uninstaller:

    After that and just for checking run Ewido :

    Download, Install, Update the Database definitions and do a scan. Post the report in here ...

    After that Let's take a look at your system :

    Go to and download the file, run and save a log file.

    Post the log file at and click analyse. Go to the end of the report and save the analyzed file. Post the link to the analysed log in here.


    Author Comment

    The uninstaller worked great, Miguel.  Thank you.
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    Expert Comment

    Hi dlauseng,

    Glad to help :)


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