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The solution for this problem is to use the Compatibility mode. Right click on the program (or the installer when you install it) and select Properties. Choose the compatibility tab. Check "Run this program in the Compatibility Mode". I suggest that you try Windows XP SP2 first as the compatible OS. (There are some indications that Vista and XP SP3 had the same issues with the MCI driver with some of these programs.) Then click Apply and OK. If you do this when installing the program, right click on the installer a second time and choose Run as Administrator.
The trail period for your Webroot spy sweeper had expired, so you have to buy the programme.
Alternatively your can use free version Malware or Anti-Spyware programs like Malwarebytes Anti-Malware or SUPERAntiSpyware which indeed very good software in detecting & removing Spyware or Malware from your PC/Laptop.
In order to disable the Anti-Virus components of Webroot Anti-Virus you must
go to two separate sections: Anti-Virus Shield Disabling 1. Click
on the Options button on the left hand side of Webroot Anti-Virus 2. Go
to the Shields tab of the Options Menu 3. Under the section labeled
Anti-Virus Protection, take the checkmark out of the Protect against Viruses
box. Anti-Virus Sweep Disabling 1. Click on the Options button on the left
hand side of Webroot Anti-Virus 2. On the Sweep tab, put the dot into
Custom Sweep (please note you can only disable Anti-Virus Sweeps by using the
Custom Sweep option) 3. Under the section labeled Sweep Settings Summary,
click the Change Settings link which is next to Custom Sweep Settings 4.
A Custom Sweep box will appear with various sections to click on. Click on the
What To Sweep button on the left side of this Custom Sweep box. 5. On
this screen, take the checkmark out of Sweep for Viruses under the Viruses
section. 6. Click the OK button at the bottom of this screen and you will
be returned to the Sweep tab. (Again please note that you can only disable
Anti-Virus Sweeps by using the Custom Sweep Option which will now be
sounds awkward I would try burning all your important files to CDs or DVDs to keep them safe and then rolling back changes using system restore- start - all programs-- accessories -- system tools - system restore
from there hopefully you can restore your p.c. to a time before you installed all these programs you wish to remove. Alternatively if you have your Windows install disc (probably not) but if you do then you can install windows again and put your files but from CD/DVD storage. Alternatively you might have a "restore disc" which does a similar state and will restore your laptop to how you bought it.
However I van only advice these "solutions" when you get really desperate, starting over it may take days to get your system how it was before. 1st I would try "system restore" as not all of your documents are affected and you can easily undo the changes you make.
GOOD LUCK xD