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  • They want you to pay for a removal tool and chances are whenever you did that you actually downloaded the viruses/spyware on your machine. I used one of those and had hundreds of them on my system and had to have the hard drive wiped because it was actually adding to the problem.
  • sounds like regcure is a virus itself first go to add remove programs and try to uninstall it then go here first download and backup the registry http://erunt.en.softonic.com/ then go here http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/combofix/how-to-use-combofix set up a restore point on your pc download and run combo fix this is powerful software, if it makes change to your pc after running, that affect it's performance, use system restore to restore to the point that you made prior to doing this
  • yes i have used to the same app that you are talking about and saw the similiar pop ups, but when I removed the program the pop ups disappeared as well
  • At a glance it looks like RegCure is a rogue antivirus of sorts. Basically an AntiVirus that's made to mess up your computer (lol, irony) De install it, and keep it de installed. Problem solved. :B More information can be found here: http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6122_102-0.html?threadID=348776
  • i would suggest getting Comodo Internet Security. it has an anti-virus and firewall programs that is easy to configure and is totally free. http://www.comodo.com. and i also suggest that you get spybot search and destroy, it does a better job than what any other malware program can ever do. http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html. it is also free. have fun with the programs.
  • It takes care of your errors but you did not buy the sirvece? You need to un install the program. Start- controll pannel-un install programs- find it and un install it. Google avg it's a free anti virus program down load it and your pc is safe :)
  • I BOUGHT A NEW COMPUTER 2 YRS AGO AND I LEARNED THE LESSON THE HARD WAY.DONT SPARE EXPENSE WITH FREE ANYTHING GET A FULL AVG ANTI VIRUS .
  • Fact from fiction, truth from diction. Those nasty buggers. Ran into stuff like that in the past. Not that specifically, but nasty malwar like that. If you have an OS that lets you go back to a previous restore point it is probably the easiest. You can try the ad/remove utility to see if that will uninstall it. Spybot is good for getting a lot of it also. AVG, even the free version is very good. Or Trend Micro Adware. If you don't mind being hands-on then you can use Zone Alarm to prevent yourself from getting infected in the 1st place, or use Hijackthis to find all the entries, even the registry keys and rid yourself of it that way.
  • Here's a good web page with a step-by-step guide to getting rid of malware. Jay recommends several very good tools including Spybot S&D and AVG. http://www.geekradio.com/got-spyware

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