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Spyware InstantShare

I cannot get this thing to stop trying to install on my computer....help?
on Windows XP.....Windows is trying to install ''InstantShare''. ....over and over.

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''InstantShare'' is part of HP printing software.. Un-install your printer and reboot your computer.
Windows should pop-up a message found new hardware. Put your printer cd in and reinstall your software. Your problem was that the install of your printer didn't finish or was corrupted in some way..
Good luck and hope this helps.
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U need a good anti spyware or u need to format your pc

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HI

go to start , run , type in regedit.exe

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Registeration editor is displayed
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go to HKEY LCM _MICROSOFT_WINDOWS/WINDOWSNT_UNINSTALL

Delete the uninstall entry. now go to search in the registery and delete all keys by typing the name and click search and delete.

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