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The uninstallation of Cyberhawk left several files on my XP system. CHService.exe takes from 92% to 97% of the CPU time according to Windows Task Manager. With a wireless keyboard attached is there any way to remove it and the other leftover Novatix files?

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Sometimes the software that came with original program has three ques in the beginning if it detects that this program was already install,
the first install, second repair, third remove...it is does it will do a better job than add and remove programs.
Also download Ccleaner, it's free and clean up the registry fast and easily.
http://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner-20

I have used it for a year and a half...works great
good luck, please leave rating...thank you

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http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/winxp/t1061853506
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