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13-Aug-2011, 10:22 AM #1
Babylon.Toolbar AdwareC
Hello everybody,

I recently acquired babylon toolbar someway or another and was able to get rid of it from my browsers. However when running Spybot S&D The only thing it picked up was "Babylon.Toolbar Adware C."

After finding that I went through all my files and manually deleted each babylon file I could find. I also went into regedit and searched babylon to take them all out as well. My only issue is that Spybot S&D cant delete the "Babylon.Toolbar AdwareC" because it says, "Not all actions can be performed because process is still in memory, A restart may fix this".

I restarted and everything, ran Spybot 5+ times and same thing everytime. My question is where is this thing in my memory so I can take it out and Spybot can remove it all for me. Thank you for the help!

Last edited by Cookiegal; 13-Aug-2011 at 11:37 AM..
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14-Aug-2011, 06:40 AM #2
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