RE: IBIS toolbar - IE crash

Discussion in 'Spyware Application Compatibility' started by Engel, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. Engel

    Engel Guest

    hello Kevin

    Steps to take if you have spyware that is not removed by
    Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware (beta)
    1) Open up AntiSpyware
    2) Click Tools at the top
    3) Click "Submit a Suspected Spyware Report"
    4) Fill out the form with as much detail so they can
    anªlyze quickly

    By doing these steps before trying something new, you make
    the product better.

    Thanks again for testing the betª!!!!

    Generally, in a case where the item is identified, but not
    properly removed, the next steps are:

    1) Update both Microsoft Antispyware and your antivirus
    application.


    2A)Have you tried Mcrosoft Antispyware, preferably while
    running in safe mode?


    2B)Shut down the computer and turn off the power. Wait for
    at least 30 seconds, and then restart the computer in Safe
    mode or VGA mode.

    Empty your IE cache and your other temporary file folders,
    eg: c:\temp, c:\windows\temp or C:\Documents and
    Settings\<name>\Local Settings\Temp (the path to your temp
    folder will change depending on your name) - sometimes
    programmes can be hidden in there - watch out for
    mysterious *.exe files or *.dll files in those fºlders.
    http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/delcache.htm


    3) Do full deep scans with Microsoft Antispyware. Repeat
    scanning until a complete scan comes through clean. Ditto
    with the antivirus.

    This isn't guaranteed, but it works for a great many items
    that at first appear not to be cleaned in normal mºde.

    Also see
    http://www.iamnotageek.com/a/370-p1.php
    >-----Original Message-----
    >The windows error reporting shows I have "IBIS toolbar"
    >installed on my computer and is causing IE to crash. I
    >have all updated microsoft products, Norton IS2004,
    >Adaware, Spyware and miscosoft spyware. None of them seem
    >to locate anything on my computer. Also I have run the
    >IBIS removal tool from NAS and it says nothing found.
    >There must be a registry key or something altered as far
    >as I can tell.
    >.
    >
     
    Engel, Sep 1, 2005
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