Back to top #8 Guest_kimmy707_* Guest_kimmy707_* Guests Posted 17 June 2006 - 11:39 PM Hi It looks like Ad-watch has remembered a certain registry setting and is returning to these settings All rights reserved. Started by CeciliaB , 19 Aug 2014 Web Companion, suggestions and 1 more... 1 reply 1398 views CeciliaB 08 Oct 2014 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, If prompted to confirm merge select yes to accept. Check This Out
Follow the instructions at the top of DOug Knox's web site on how to start Regedit from within Task Manager. The Windows System Error Codes are really broad. Back to top #18 tweak50 tweak50 Newbie Members 1 posts Posted 02 October 2006 - 08:12 PM I am having the same problem with the computers that I repair. Then I reboot and this is my log as the system is starting up:Ad-Watch Logfile, exported on 9/25/2006Total number of events:58===============================================9/25/2006 5:28:50 AM - Definitions file SE1R124 19.09.2006 loaded successfully.Build:SE1R124 19.09.2006Total http://www.1fix.org/Httpwww_lavasoftsupport_comindex.html
Select the correct version from the right hand side menu, then click on "Download" and save it somewhere such as C:\Downloads\ and run it from there: It may detect the current Back to top #4 Corrine Corrine Advanced Member Members 238 posts Posted 25 May 2006 - 05:07 PM Simple explanation -- "Lock executable file associations" is turned on and Ad-Watch is It should be found in C:\program files\lavasoft\Ad-Aware SE [Personal/Plus/Professional]\ If that does not work, or if you get a message saying something like "Can't find Install.log," perform a manual uninstall, which
Generated Fri, 25 Nov 2016 01:13:28 GMT by s_fl369 (squid/3.5.20) Delete the Ad-Aware icon(s) from your desktop(if present)6. You can have all sorts of system conflicts, registry errors, and Active X errors. Click "uninstall Ad-Aware" in the lavasoft folder of your start menu 2.
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After restart, please delete these two files:C:\WINDOWS\system32\LavasoftTcpService64.dllC:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\LavasoftTcpService.dll (only for 64-bit Windows) Restart your computer once more, please. More Bonuses Warm Tips You must run as an administrator, no matter what steps you will do about your PC. Follow the instructions at the top of DOug Knox's web site on how to start Regedit from within Task Manager. Check The Instruction to Correct It.Useful guidance with respect to upgrading High Cpu Usage System Idle Process.Obtained Help With Slow Computer in Windows 7?
If it is a green tick click on it to deselect automatic.The hardest part is to restore the exe association. Setting Ad-watch to manual would give users prompts and this would probably cause more issues than leaving Ad-watch on automatic. I would rather know how to stop it from happenning at all. Run the file unregaaw.exe3.
Or is ad-watch just unable to prevent some virus/worm or whatever from screwing up the system? In regedit select file then select import and browse to each reg file in turn. Ad-watch will pop an alert for each merge as well. Toggle Lavasoft - Announcements (Read only) Lavasoft - Announcements (Read only) Forum Stats Last Post Info Announcements News and announcements - Forum Rules, Product news, Software updates, etc 88 topics
But it is really not my job to investigate this. I can't seem to get rid of this problem!!!!Any additional suggestions?Cause of problem would be nice to know?Is it in fact Adwatch that is re-writing these? Could somebody help me?Go to safe mode (F8) with command prompt and type in: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exeThat will give you the restore page and go back to when it worked.Turn off adwatch AND
Ensure you accept the changes in ad-watch.Once all the reg files have been merged the file associations should now work OK.Ad Astra you are a genius! Please be advised to use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome to download installer IMPORTANT Ad-Aware 12 is not compatible with Windows XP or Windows Vista. Follow The Direction to Impede It.Feel Headache about Host File Corrupt in Windows 7? Delete the Ad-Aware icon(s) from your desktop(if present) 6.
If prompted to confirm merge select yes to accept. Click "uninstall Ad-Aware" in the Lavasoft folder of your start menu2. Is it possible that ad-aware could somehow be changing (or attempting to change) the registry settings for these file types?