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Res://C%3A%5CProgram%20Files%20(x86)%5Ciolo%5CSystem%20Mechanic%20Professional%5Csmhtml.dll/SYSTEMSHIELD.HTML i keep getting error when i try to run iolo scan res://C%3A%5CProgram%20Files%20(x86)%5Ciolo%5CSystem%20Mechanic%20Professional%5Csmhtml.dll/SYSTEMSHIELD.HTML

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SOURCE: no. I am trying

1-: Uninstall system mechanic pro on computer with the help of Revo uninstaller tool
2-:open registry editor and delete all iolo file or folders
3-:If you have internet explorer 8 or 9 or 10 version please go to control panel then click view install updates and uninstall internet update internet explorer browser and restart the computer
4-:Again reinstall new system mechanic pro
you got your issue will be fixed.
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It looks like it is trying to display a page called 'overview.html' and not finding it. Sounds highly suspicious to me.

If you want to find it;
Go to 'my computer'
click on 1) C;
2) click Program files(x86)
3) click on Cilo
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I have NEVER heard of this 'RTO IOLO System Shield for PC'

From a 40 year veteran of Home Conputers; If I were you, I would REMOVE / DELETE it completely using 'programs and features' in your Control Panel.
You are looking for TWO things to protect your PC 1) Antivurus 2) Anti Malware
Use a REAL antivirus like 'AVIRA ' Or 'AVG' or 'avast' to protect your PC. They are all FREE and VERY reputable to keep your machine virus free.
I would also use. Malwarebytes. here http://www.malwarebytes.org/
A reputable FREE Malware Scanner.
Use both of the above once a week and you will be fine,.

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Not sure whether this is a Q.
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