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Windows 7: Instructions and tools to remove residual anti-virus programs


18 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 64-bit.
 
 
Instructions and tools to remove residual anti-virus programs

Hi Sevenforums members.
I think that many problems can arise with the removal of anti-virus on their computers. Here is a selection of programs and instructions to uninstall antivirus software.
I would be very glad if you add new links.
Agnitum Outpost Сlean
Cleaner32

Cleaner64

Manual

Avira Uninstall Tools
Utility to clean the registry after uninstalling Avira products/ WARNING! Is not the main tool for removal.
Avira AntiVir RegistryCleaner

Avira Software manual

Manual

avast! - Alwil Software Uninstall Utility

aswClear5

aswClear

Manual

AVG Software Remover Utility

AVG Remover x32

AVG Remover x64

AVG Identity Protection Remover

BitDefender Uninstall Tool

Uninstall Tool

Manual

Comodo Uninstall Tool

CIS Clean-up Tool

CIS Clean-up Tool (Mirror)

Manual

Dr.Web Anti-virus Remover

Emergency tool designed to remove the "remnants" of incorrect / damaged installations of software Dr.Web for Windows versions 4.33, 4.44, 5.0, 6.0 and client-side Dr.Web Enterprise Suite versions of the same in those cases where the application of established means of disposal is not available or does not work. Utility is not intended to be used as the primary means of standard uninstall software Dr.Web
DRW Remover.exe

F-Secure Uninstallation Tool

Remover

Manual

Kaspersky Lab products

Remover

How to uninstall Kaspersky Internet Security 2010

How to uninstall Kaspersky Internet Security 2011

McAfee Cleanup

Remover

Manual

Symantec: Norton Removal Tool

Download

Symantec Manual
NOD32 Antivirus Removal

ESETUninstaller

nod32removal.exe

Trend Micro

Trend Micro Diagnostic Toolkit x32

Trend Micro Diagnostic Toolkit x64

Win XP Manual

Vista & Win7 Manual

Panda

Remover

ZoneAlarm Removal Tool

cpes_clean.exe

Sunbelt CounterSpy & Viper

Agent removal
G Data

AVKCleaner

Webroot Spysweeper Removal Tool

Remover

Manual

eScan

Esremove

Uninstall Norman Virus Control

Delnvc5.exe

Manual

QuickHeal Removal Tool

Remover

K7 Total Security

K7 Removal tool

BullGuard

BG Uninstall

Manual

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

MBAM Clean

IObit Removal Tool

BitRemover

Windows Live OneCare Cleanup Tool

OneCare CleanUp

Microsoft Security Essentials

Manual

F-PROT Antivirus for Windows

Manual

Sophos
Manual

PC Tools Antivirus

Manual

LavaSoft

Manual

ParetoLogic

Manual


AppRemover
An informal tool for removing products: Spy Sweeper, Trend Micro PC-Cillin, SpyCatcher, Sophos, SpyBot, Spyware Doctor, Norman, Spyware BeGone, Ad-aware, Bazooka Scanner, SpywareBlaster, eEye Blink, ClamWin, CheckPoint, BullGuard, RISING, and AhnLab V3 VirusBlock
(See a full list of supported applications)
Download


I express my deep gratitude to my friend
CyberTyler for the collection of links

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