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Potentially Extremely Embarassing- Please Help

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Radek, Jan 22, 2003.

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  1. Radek

    Radek Thread Starter

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    My situation is uncommon and quite uniquie. One day my curiosity got the best of me and I installed "Virtua Girl". I got rid of the program shortly after and its been several months I belive since its been on my computer. But then when managing my toolbar I came across this: (Please consult attached image).

    There is no way at all to right click on this "Virtua Girl" tab, and the only manipulating forces i have over it is to select when I want its shortcut icon to appear. Please note that this program has been deleted and does not remain on my system. I did a full C:/ search for "Virtua" - nothing came up either.

    Baisically the picture shows
    Step 1: Right Click on task bar and chose properties.

    Step 2: Click Customize on Taskbar Tab in Notification Area box.

    Step 3: Custimize Notifications window pops up, the Virtua Girl selection is under the "Past Items" section, i need to scroll down.

    Step4: Is the actual item i need removed.

    Any help to rid my computer of this menace would be extrmeley appreciated, and the sooner the better.

    Best Regards,
    Radek
     

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  3. Radek

    Radek Thread Starter

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    I love you!
     
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    Radek,

    LOL You're welcome.


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