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want to delete this file

I had AVG antivirus installed ....caused me all kind of trouble.(I just did not have enough control of the settings)
So I unistalled it but several files remained so I removed them one at a time until I got to this one.

avgse.dll...
which will not delete even in safe mode.

Windows XP says its in use.
I went to grissoft web site they suggest reinstalling AVG and then uninstalling.
No way am I doing that, I am staying as far away from AVG as possible.

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Try MOVEONBOOT.

In reply to: want to delete this file

You can find MOVEONBOOT with google and it's quite the tool to delete about any file you choose including those you shouldn't.

Bob

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Bob, .msi file. . .

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Thought I'd try it although I have nothing to try it on right now, just save it for later. But how do I run the file, it's a .msi file?

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Never mind. . .

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Just noticed a right click and an Install option.

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Thanks

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Now thats a pretty neat tool.

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try a cleaner

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try a registry cleaner..such as RegScrubXP it's free and does a great job. Goodluck

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