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Windows 7: can't remove: network adapter Bitdefender Firewall NDI

21 Apr 2009   #1
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 
can't remove: network adapter Bitdefender Firewall NDI

I was once using bitdefenderTS2009, but then I uninstalled it and now I'm using 'Kaspersky Technical Preview for Windows 7'.

When I'm using Snipping Tool to save screenshot for my post at 'show your WEI score' thread on the forum I noticed this (see attachment)

I guess those are some leftovers from imperfect BDTS2009 uninstallation process. Any suggestion on how I could get rid of those?

For you know, I also have used the Uninstall Tool I got from Bitdefender website successfully.




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21 Apr 2009   #2
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 

anybody? no?
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22 Apr 2009   #3
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Yep...I'm guessing they might be tied into services possibly...you can remove them from the command prompt but it would help to know the command...

I don't off my head, so I use DameWare NT Utilities to view and then remove services local or on the network pcs.
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22 Apr 2009   #4
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 

working on it, although I dont know what im tryin to do
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22 Apr 2009   #5
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 

I also found this


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22 Apr 2009   #6
Orbital Shark

 
 

Hi Julio,

You might want to try looking in Device Manager and select 'View' and choose 'Show hidden devices' then 'View' again & 'Devices by connection'

This might show the (virtual) devices that seem to be installed. The other option is to run 'regedit' from the start menu (search bar). Try searching for anything relating to BitDefender and delete it. You may want to attempt 'regedit' in safe mode as it shouldn't load the devices your trying to delete.

Hope this helps

P.S sorry for the late reply
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22 Apr 2009   #7
Orbital Shark

 
 

You could also try the 'Change adapter settings' in the 'Network and sharing centre', from here you can 'Organize' & then 'Delete' them if they show up there.
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23 Apr 2009   #8
Night Hawk

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, XP Mode, W8.1 Preview VM - 7 Pro x64 second remote tower
 
 

One thing I had to do here when removing one adapter totally for the next one was first replug the one being removed in order to see that redetected and made visible. When appearing in the device manager>network adapters you then simply right click on the item and choose the uninstall option plus check off the remove drivers for device box.

Whether ethernet or usb you are then free to unplug any external plugin type adapter with assurance the drivers are gone. I've been doing that quite a bit lately for the 64bit 7 as well as the trying out routers for hard wire/wireless and the change of ISPs.
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23 Apr 2009   #9
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 

thanks, better late then never.
I try the regedit and device manager but I can't find them, probably I missed them. But I'm able to uninstall the bitdefender filter from my ethernet network adapter properties somewhere in 'network and sharing center', thanks to you guys.
it shows no more at WEI screen.
it solved.
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23 Apr 2009   #10
Julio Andretti

Windows 7 build 7100, XP SP3
 
 

anyway, Lu Bu and Riddick, who kicks whose ass?
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