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are these safe to delete

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Sage04, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. Sage04

    Sage04 Thread Starter

    Jul 6, 2004
    :eek: Hi I'm still a newbee and stil learning i ran spybot and these were found and i really not for sure i am suppose to delete so please help thank you here goes---n-case autorun settings(supervisor.exe)(registry value,nothing done)HKEY_USER\S-1-5-21-97400744-1607974653-3432000225-1006\sofeware\mircosoft\Windows\Current\version\run\supervisor.exe
    Alexa Related:Link(Replacefile,nothingdone)
    DyFuCa:settings(registryvalue,nothing done)
    HKEY_user\s-1-5-21-97400744-1607974653-3432000225-1006\sofeware\microsoft\internet Exployer\Main\BandRest

    I Have SpyBot Search & Destroy 1.3 please help thank you :confused:
  2. Saga Lout

    Saga Lout

    Sep 15, 2004
    I suggest you click on Advanced settings in Spybot and trawl through the settings to see what's available. If you always click on Fix Selcted Problems, and your settings allow Spybot to set up a recovery mode to get anything back if you need it, you can let it do it's job which, in my opinion, it does extremely well.

    Always run Spybot offline once you've checked for updates and I would personally recommend turning off XP's System Restore first and back on afterwards if you need it or feel happier with it in place.

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