Can't get rid of Incredibar
Posted 03 August 2012 - 12:56 AM
I uninstalled Incredibar and Web Assistant. I renamed and then deleted .dll files that I couldn't delete that were in the Incredibar and Web Assistant folders.
I removed anything associated with the incredibar from my IE8, Firefox, and Chrome browsers - including removing MyStart from the Startup page of IE or Chrome and deleting all references to it. However, somehow the incredibar still pops up on IE 8 only when we use that browser and only when we use it to go to Youtube and Facebook. Otherwise seem to be free of it. However, it did completly reinstall itself later. Therefore, went through the uninstall process all over now still in IE8 with Facebook and Youtube. I have run Malware Bytes, AdAware, Antivir Virus scan, CCleaner (including the registry fix), Spybot. None of these seem able to completley remove the Incredibar. Am I missing something. Do you have any additional things I can try?
Posted 03 August 2012 - 01:00 AM
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