Can't remove NSSetup.exe?

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I have a file called NSetup.exe that I cannot remove. There isn't anything I find more infuriating then a file I can't remove. I went on google and apparently this file is connected to Netscape in some way. Why would these morons upload a file that you can't remove?? How can I get rid of this stupid nusiance??? :(
 
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If you don't use the Netscape browser, go to Start - Control Panel - Add or Remove Programs and remove all netscape files. Also look in Start - My Computer - Local Disk - Program Files and remove all netscape. This might get rid of the setup files.
 
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I have netscapte 4.7 and 7 on my PC and I don't have a NSetup.exe file on my PC.
It must be a install file but you should be able to remove it.

from my search here http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=NSetup.exe&btnG=Google+Search
it looks like you have spyware.
A keylogger http://www.2-spyware.com/file-nsetup-exe.html
Nsetup.exe definition, relationships, removal:
nsetup.exe definition
nsetup.exe description: File nsetup.exe is related to keylogger Absolute Keylogger 1.2.209.

Files related to nsetup.exe: akl.lgc, akl.zip.lnk, akl.dll, akl.exe, uninstall.exe, unsetup.dat

File nsetup.exe removal: WARNING!!! File nsetup.exe is related to keyloggers. This is serious violation of your privacy, your system is under security threat.
We advice you to scan your computer and eliminate possible threats.
download scanner and remover

I don't know anything about the site posted above.

I would get spybot and ad-aware and update each and run a scan with them.

Maybe someone else knows more about NSetup.exe.
 
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