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Removing bugsplat

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keep it simple , I'm slow. Have read several articles on google on how to remove, still cannot get rid of it, need a simple/effective solution.

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Thanks for the reply, I read slick333, I have read it twice and have seen it from Google search. I hate to admit @ 76 I just don't have the internal knowledge of internal workings in a computer that most of you do, but i get by. I was surprised that going to control panel and did not see a similarity that I could uninstall. Maybe there is another way

to resolve this, and I appreciate the community for their endeavor.

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Hi Friend! Don't know whats going on with your thread. We don't have a trained Malware fighter.  I suggest running these. I'll be 80 in April. Run these scanners and let us know how things go.

https://www.malwarebytes.com/mwb-download/   (Chose the free version!)

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner/

https://www.malwarebytes.com/junkwareremovaltool/

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Thanks slick333, took your advise and downloaded the 1st one, when restart, no bugsplat............we'll see. Your a gentleman & scholar......thanks. I have two isp's if you see another address it's ok.

 

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Hi Thanks for your reply. I'm glad you got your problem solved. You might want to run the Adwcleaner also. It might find some left overs that Malwarebytes missed.

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Hi Thanks for your reply. You need to have  Anti-Virus programs. I use Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Pro. There's always the possibility malware will get by your protection. I suggest you make a installation media USB and have it handy in your desk drawer. That way you will have a way to get your PC back up and running. Here's link for this media!  https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15088/windows-create-installation-media

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