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How do i get rid of "Quick Note" ?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Abrie25, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. Abrie25

    Abrie25 Thread Starter

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    Hey all, not a humungous problem but none the less a humungous annoyance. A while ago, I downloaded some shareware/freeware called "Quick Note" A little program that makes a notebook pop up for easy access. Well, this was fine and dandy when i got it until i realized that it wasnt needed and i was just being lazy. i coudl easily go to notepad if i wanted to jot something down. so anyway, this pesky intruder will not go away. Ive look in my registry, did a search, obviously tryed to delete through programs and control panel. Although its off my list of programs, every time i bootup its still there hovering at the top of my screen just nananabooing me. Anyone know the steps for removal of this annoyance? I would greatly appreciate it. Thankyou :)
     
  2. killah

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    get HijackThis and run it, and post the log here, that will enable us to see what exactly is going on, where it is hiding, and hopefully how to remove it :)

    You can get HijackThis from www.majorgeeks.com under the Spyware tools...sorry I dont havea direct link to it :)
     
  3. Abrie25

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    NM, I think i removed all traces of it. For some reason it didnt fully delete when i uninstalled it from control panel. If its still there, ill post a hijack this log. Thanks!
     
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