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  1. #1
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    Zango removal
    I've never been infected with any, past or present, 180 programs, so I've never had to remove it from my own computer. When I remove it from friends/relatives' computers, I always use a spyware removal tool, I don't do it manually. So this may sound like a stupid question to many.

    I've read in several places that you can remove zango with the add/remove programs tool. I don't believe it.

    When you use the add/remove programs to delete zango, what and how much is left behind? Or can it be removed completely that way? They have changed so many times over the years that I just don't know anymore.

    Thanks much.

    Catwoman

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    This is not a complete removal. The elements that launch and reinstall the program are still there and will be triggered to install it again. You have to remove it from the registry and other places too.


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    Thank you.

    Catwoman

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