Then click on Tools-AddIns, then remove it from there.. In addition, run the freeware version of Revo Uninstaller from the link below, and it should remove it from all other locations as well. When running Revo, be sure to only select those items which are related to Conduit.
And for a discussion about others who removed Conduit, see the link below. (The very last post in the thread has a good suggestion.):
Hope this helps.
I was downloading a screen saver and got a message from Norton that it stopped a virus so I cancelled the download but then I noticed that I had this toolbar and the search engine from Conduit. I've checked your forums and a lot of people have had this happen. I need instructions on how to get this off my computer. I already went to uninstall programs and deleted everything that I could find. I know I'm missing something but not sure what do to from here. I have Windows 7 home with Google Chrome as my web browser. I also did a system restore with no luck. Went to the register and deleted the conduit file with no luck. Help me Obi-Wan you are my last hope.