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"could not open INSTALL.LOG file"

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by ottage, Sep 15, 2004.

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  1. ottage

    ottage Thread Starter

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    there are a few programs i want to delete but i cant. 1 is the weather channel desktop weather thing which i dont like and wanted to delete. i tried to unistall it but it wouldnt let me. so i tried just deleting everything and it starts up when i boot up my computer. i search for it again and there nothing. there are a few other things i cannot delete because of this "could not open INSTALL.LOG file" popup. what do i do?
     
  2. ottage

    ottage Thread Starter

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    I Posted This Almost A Week Ago!...why Hasnt Any One Helped Me Yet???????????????????????????????????
     
  3. photolady

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    Maybe because this isn't an "Other Software" problem. It just might be a hijackthis/spyware/malware problem. Have you tried searching for spyware using Adaware and Spybot Search and Destroy? If not I suggest you take a look in the Security forum, find these two programs and run them. Then also find and download Hijackthis, scan your computer and save log, when it opens in Notepad, highlight all, and copy and paste your log in the Security Forum. Someone there can help you.
     
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