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Spy Hunter 4 appears to be anti-malware. Earlier versions have been around since 2004, at least. There are quite a number of anti-malware programs out there. None probably remove everything automatically. Try it if you like. If there is something it does not remove and its technical support doesn't respond in good time, you can uninstall it and run Malware Bytes. I would certainly be careful where I accessed the file from as some postings indicate rogue ware by the name. You might give Spyware Terminator a try. And there are the old reliables such as Spybot Search and Destroy and Spyware Blaster. But I would backup my registry and create system restore points before installing and running any of them. And probably do so before I allows any of them to make changes upon running. Sites such as Wilder's Security or Spyware Warrior may have more to say about the product. It is a nice idea to see if support links for any product are active. You might install something like Webulation to get an idea of how users like its site. So, to answer your question, the real spy hunter program finds some malware and it it cannot fix the problem, allows you to contact tech support regarding it. However, as I have no stats on how effective it is and as there are such stats for other programs, it is your call.
Yes, I;'m sorry, but that software was made for Windows 3.x
I doubt it worked with vista either.
You might try running the Compatibility Wizard but i doubt it'll work.
If it installed, but won't run, right click on the icon for the program and select Troubleshoot Compatibility.
Then after it scans the program, select "Troubleshoot Program"
"program worked in an earlier version of windows"
Then "Windows 95"
Maybe that'll work, but I really doubt it.
You need a more up to date software.
That on has to be 20 yrs old
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That is the only link you used, they will definitely send you the recovery software , but in the meantime you can go for an option:-
Try to use system recovery option to the earlier point that you update your system. It will recover your system to that point at which the system was existed before update.
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Try running Trojan Remover. Usually malware will mess up the system. Trojan Remover always in the case is able to remove those system restrictions placed by the malwares. Get a good antivirus like Avast or NOD32 to keep your computer safe. Avast can do boot time scanning before you login into the account - meaning before any malware programs get to start. It will take a while and u have to be there to click Delete or other options when it sniffs out the bad malware.
You can try the following:
1) Do a system restore to an earlier date when things are okay.
2) Or repair the installation. Some programs let you do this. If that is the case, Click Uninstall and Click Repair or Restore option.
3) If it is virus problem, run TROJAN REMOVER. U can a portable one from the Net. Type, download and run it. It can delete and restore or remove changes made by the malware.
Restore your pc to a previous date. One before you started the update. Click start, click accessories, choose system tools, click restore, choose restore my computer to an earlier time, click next, choose date earlier than update, click next. pc will return to status of that date and should be good to go. Restore will run on it's own, be patient, don't panic. Good luck.