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Deleting programs I have just deleted a program from my ipaq 3715 and still have 'shadow' icons, Program Name(2)&(3), on the program list, how do I get rid of these please?

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Go To START > PROGRAMS > FILE EXPLORER Use File Explorer to navigate to My Device\Windows\Start Menu\Programs and delete the icon from there. - click and hold and then you'll see the DELETE command.

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Removing fliptoast from the program list doesn't get rid of it. It continues to appear on the top of most programs I run. How can I totally shred this little ******?


Hi Llewellyn,

Did you delete the program from your programs folder or did you uninstall it through 'add/remove programs' in your control panel. Simply deleting it from your list of program files will not uninstall the program.
Deleting installed programs could also corrupt your windows installation.

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Jan 12, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet

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Quick Fix for most FAKE Anti-Virus infections.


Note: Get a pad of paper as you will need to write down a few file names.

1. Identify the fake Anti-Virus program.
This is simple just look at the name and icon of the program claiming to be an anti-virus. This should not be hard because they are constantly informing you of fake infections and automatically running scans. After you know which program is bothering you click the start menu or if you can access your desktop find the fake AV programs icon. Once you find the icon on your start menu or desktop right-click and go to properties. Now write down the name .exe file.

2. Deleting the virus
First of all restart your computer in safe-mode. You can do this by either restarting your computer and repeatedly pressing the F8 key until the safe mode screen appears. Or you can click start menu>run type msconfig and hit enter. Click the BOOT.INI tab then put a check next to /SAFEBOOT. Click Ok and then Restart. Once your computer is in safe-mode click START>RUN. Type regedit and hit enter. Press Ctrl+F so that we can search for the fake AV. Remember that file name you wrote down earlier type that into the find box and hit enter. Right click on and delete any registry entries associates with that file. This will prevent the fake AV from trying to run the next time you start your computer. After you have found every entry tied to that filename type in the actual name of the fake AV ex. Anti-Virus 2009. Do the same thing as you did with the filename delete any and all entries associated with the name of that AV.
After this is completed close the registry. Click START>RUN type msconfig. Go to both the Startup tab and the Services tab and look for any entries that have the name of the fake av program or the filename you wrote down. Un-check any you find. Now close the configuration panel. Click START>SEARCH>FOR FILES OR FOLDERS... type in the name of the file you wrote down and hit enter delete any of the files you find with that name. Also if any of the files are in a folder named what the AV is delete those entire folders. DONT delete your system32 folder or anyfolder found in your C:\Windows directory unless you know for 100% that its only contents are files associated with fake AntiVirus Program. If you are unable to delete the file ex. it gives you an error message saying its already running restart your computer again in safe mode and try deleting it again. After that is complete and you booted your computer in safe mode using the msconfig method click START>RUN type msconfig goto the BOOT.INI tab and un-check /SAFEBOOT if not just restart your computer.

After those steps are completed the fake Anti-Virus program should not be bothering you anymore. Remember this is only a quick fix so that you can at least use your computer to run an anti-spyware\malware\virus program and this is highly recommended as its likely you have more infections.

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How to put program type on tool bar


  1. Adding Icons to the Task Bar

    1. Click on the Start Menu to open it
    2. Click on "Programs" and find the program for which you want to create an icon
    3. Move your mouse pointer to the program you want to use
    4. Depress and hold down the right mouse button while you drag the icon to the Quick Launch toolbar section of the Task Bar
    5. When you release the right mouse button, a short menu will appear
    6. Choose "Create Shortcut(s) Here." An icon will be created in the Quick Launch toolbar on the Taskbar

  2. Deleting Icons from the Task Bar

    1. Move the mouse pointer to the icon you want to delete
    2. Right-click on the icon
    3. Choose "Delete" from the short menu that appears. The icon has been deleted, but the program is still available to you on your hard disk

    NOTE: If you have carefully followed the steps above to add the icon to your Quick Launch toolbar, deleting it will NOT delete the program from your computer, it will simply remove the icon from your toolbar. The program will still be available to you.

Also you can "Drag" the program, to the bar, and "Drop" it on it. Check out a freeware application called StartupCPL at http://www.mlin.net/StartupCPL.shtml. This places a Startup icon in your Control Panel which, when opened, lists all applications on your PC with a check box for each one. Simply put a check mark in each application you want to open minimized on startup. By the way, it states it is for Windows ME and 2000, but I have had it on XP for quite a while and it works fine.

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The webcam icon is gone off desktop. How do I install the icon?


Well If You remember name, you should be able to find another link if not the actually program.

Deleting the icon off the desktop DOES NOT remove the program.

If you find the icon somewhere else, right click it and send to--desktop.

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Bigfixit


Have you ran your antivirus? Do you have a program installed that uses this icon? Is the icon located on your task bar of running programs? Sorry for all the questions but these are things we would need to know to have an idea of your problem.
These kind of "attention issues" are usually Viruses or a software update. Have you ever seen this icon info before? It's likely a virus and if your not sure what something is or something strange or new pops up, first rule; don't click on it. That's how viruses execute themselves into your system.
Try right clicking on the icon & see if you have properties. From there follow the path on the general tab/location/and delete. Under description on the general tab will also give you a name of the program. Do a search and see if it finds anything. If there are different names write them down doing a search and deleting each one. This is how viruses can work.
If you feel it's a legit program go to start/run/type msconfig/startup tab/ look for suspisios programs and uncheck them. If your not sure what they are look each up on internet.

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Actually I have an ipaq hx 2495b with mobile 5


go to
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My device/windows
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delete the icon(s) you don't need

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Icons


Go To START > PROGRAMS > FILE EXPLORER Use File Explorer to navigate to My Device\Windows\Start Menu\Programs and delete the icon from there. - click and hold and then you'll see the DELETE command.

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