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how to get rid of a tool bar or a add on

by sonnyboy66 / March 5, 2014 8:58 AM PST

Hello all
I have a problem getting rid of tool bar or a add on that
is on my ie explorer, fire fox and my google chrome it
Tuvaro tool bar or a add on. I went into the control panel
under programs uninstall and Tuvaro dose not show up
in there and dose not show up in revo uninstaller, I hope
that some one will know how the get rid of it. I did uninstall
fire fox and google chrome and reinstalled them and Tuvaro
is still there. I am using windows 7 pro, 6 gb ram, IE 11.

Thanks for any help I can get.

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To get rid of an Add-On in Firefox
by ListeningBartender / March 5, 2014 9:39 AM PST

I may be able to help you with Mozilla Firefox. In Firefox look at the very top row of your taskbar.
Click on TOOLS then scroll down & click on ADD-ONS. This should bring up all the add-ons
that you have. Find the one causing your problems and there will be a box to the far right of
it with an arrow pointing down. Click on the arrow and your choices will appear - Just click on
NEVER ACTIVATE & then close Firefox & then start it again. The deactivated Add-On should
not appear.

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It sounds like it's an add-on
by wpgwpg / March 5, 2014 9:42 AM PST

If it's an add-on (which is what it sounds like), in IE do this:
- Click the gear
- Click Manage add-ons
- Look through the list for Tuvaro & click on it
- Click the Disable button in the lower right corner
In Firefox do this
- Press ALT-T & click Add-ons
- Click EXTENSIONS & look there
- Click PLUGINS & look there
In Chrome do this
- Click the Customize button (just below the red X)
- Point at the TOOLS entry in the list
- Click EXTENSIONS and look there.
Good luck.

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It's adware
by Retroat / March 6, 2014 1:19 AM PST

Try running a virus scanner.

Not sure why it doesn't show up under uninstall.

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Removal guide.
by Dafydd Forum moderator / March 6, 2014 1:23 AM PST
In reply to: It's adware
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how to get rid of a tool bar or a add on by sonnyboy66
by sonnyboy66 / March 12, 2014 9:34 AM PDT
In reply to: Removal guide.

I tried all the things that were mention, and none of them worked.
and it dose not show up any place so I can uninstall it or remove so I guess I will live with being there.
A Big thanks for all the suggestion I really appreciate this group.


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OK. Lets try again.
by Dafydd Forum moderator / March 12, 2014 9:46 AM PDT
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my comment
by lamthuyet / March 14, 2014 2:25 AM PDT
In reply to: It's adware

i thick it virus, it is add on, you can find and remove it

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by chrislee4474 / March 13, 2014 9:21 PM PDT

Removal process for a toolbar or add-on differs according to the type and nature of the plugin. However follow below mentioned steps to remove any add-on or extension:
• Delete the toolbar from windows browser.
• Remove associated file from control panel.
• Delete associated files and codes from registries and cache.
• When this is done, scan your system completely with the help of some reliable antivirus software such as Immunet Antivirus, F-secure antivirus, BD antivirus, Panda antivirus, Comodo antivirus etc.

Hope this helps.

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