If you are referring to what I posted....to clarify...I have not installed SP2 as of yet and don't intend to until MS gets it sorted out.zmaster said:thats wierd. i have sp2 on my computer but i haven't run ad-aware since i put sp2 on it. I think i will check it as soon as i get home.
I'm not sure what it can do for you as I have never used it. I have used others and they always miss a few lines in the registry. Once again I manually removed "backweb.exe" through explorer, then ran Norton Win Doctor (same idea as Reg mech.). Then searched the registry and deleted any item pertaining to backweb. Worked for me.diver46 said:Ok Wimpy.......what can Regestry Mechanic do for me on that back web thang? I own a license to Reg Mech of PC Tools. I will giv it a run and see what it comes up with. As for SP2. I have already crashed my system because of it and it took me a week to get my system back uup and running. I have to give "Thanks" to TSG members for that one!
Good. Now I suggest you search for a file called "backweb.exe" and delete it if you find it.diver46 said:Reg mech did it! it found the back web with the same ID # and It has now been deleted. It found 5 other problems that have been repaired or deleted.
diver46 said:OK Wimpy, my problem has yet to be solved as I started drinking champagne before the race was over. I am thinking I need to look in my prgogram files. I am betting that you are going to tell me that its somewhere else.
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