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For your anti virus webroot, if its corrupted and if it was unlegal that there was delocking mode so it cannot be downloaded again before cleaning your whole OS. Im sorry for telling you this but its reallity :(
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Webroot Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Anti-Virus are two programs that do the same thing and therefore can lead to problems when you have both of them installed. If Webroot is the one you want to install then try uninstalling Kaspersky first by going to Start/Control Panel/Uninstall a program, then find Kaspersky on the list and highlight it and choose uninstall after this finishes, you should reboot and then try again to install Webroot.
I would suspect your computer has a virus or has spyware or malware that is causing this. Restart your computer in Safe Mode and run Webroot and your other security software. If they find nothing then restart your computer and then go online and run this free scan.
You should update your anti-virus regularly.If your anti-virus can still update it's database then it can help solve the problem but if it can't update anymore then try to system restore your computer from the time where it is not infected and update your anti-virus immediately.
I just went through this this afternoon, I spent 8 hours removing and updating and loading McAfee and running it too.
Webroot is a bad program, it is hard to remove and some of the componets just cannot be removed unless you do a search for the file and then delete it....if you need a certain dll then the anti-virus should detect that and remove or quarantine it.
I would suggest that you remove Webroot, and install another anti-virus program...I swear by McAfee, it removed over 30 problems or quarantined them, it works and is well worth the money spent....If you have Comcast, it is FREE to download on all of your computers in your home....just part of the internet service.
PS...Uniblue registry booster is no good, and another one that is hard to remove...it has spyware too.
Spy Sweeper is for spyware and that is not the same as anti virus software..If you do not have anti virus software, you should consider a getting one of the more popular types such as McAfee or Trend PC Cillin.these are two readily available types .. It is good to have both spyware and virus protection and they are not the same.. Hope this helps you..
Hello,i have been reading your problem and i have a simple sollution..... simply launch the start menu,then "all programs" then hover over the text "start up" then drag the spy sweeper app into the start up section.... then simply restart your pc!
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