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Windows 7: Win32/GameVance

26 Jan 2012   #1
R Fernandez

Windows 7

Desktop running XP Using IE8 and FireFox. Using MSE and avast.
Adware win32/gamevance keeps showing up. I clean computer per MSE instructions. The next day it pops up again. . It just started 7 day ago. No online games on computer or illegal software. There is no unstall to unstall gamevance.
I did some research on the internet - One sugestion was to alow it than unstall it. Is the best way to remove it or is there another way?
Any advice
Thank you

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26 Jan 2012   #2
R Fernandez

Windows 7

Don't unstand why thread is marked solved? No replies.
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