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I recently downloaded a program file and ended up with ezula on my pc.I removed it with ad-aware but the bloody thing keeps propmting me to download and install it when I start my pc.I found the whirly wiry website.but need someone to explain how to remove it as I dont understand where to go to remove it in dos.
Thanks to anyone who can help with this
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I dont know what to do when I get to dos.could someone please post a step by step guide from dos onwards
VoG has given you one instruction. Have you tried entering the commands given into the Run box on the Start Menu?
Ironman556 suggested using Spybot as an alternative to AdAware - have you tried it?
What is the "...whirly wiry website"
See if you have stub.exe or ezstub.exe on your system. Do a search on you hard drive for 'stub.exe ezstub.exe'. You'll find it in Windows' System or System32 folder. ezstub.exe can be found in the Program Files folder.
If there's no file like that, about 52K in size, you don't have the downloader/installer. (Some may find a 'stub.exe' in the CuteFTP folder - don't delete that one!)
Open a command prompt (aka DOS window) and go to the directory stub.exe or ezstub.exe is in.
Type this (hit enter at the end of each line):
Or if you found ezstub.exe:
The most vicious eZula component is now removed from your system.
If you downloaded TopText from eZula's Download Site, you have an additional downloader/installer on your system. Again, we can't detect if it's on your system: touching it is igniting it.
Here's how you can find out whether you have it, and how to install it:
See if you have ezulaboot.dll on your system. Do a search on you hard drive for ezulaboot.dll. You'll find it in Windows' Downloaded Programs folder.
If there's no file like that, you don't have the Web downloader/installer on your system.
You'll need regsvr32.exe for removal. Do a search on your hard drive for regsvr32.exe. You'll find it in Windows' System or System32 folder. Take note of its path.
Open a command prompt (aka DOS window) and go to the directory ezulaboot.dll is in.
Type this (hit enter at the end of each line, the path to regsvr32.exe may differ if you're not on Windows NT/2000):
C:\WinNT\system32\regsvr32.exe -u ezulaboot.dll
eZula's Web installer is now removed from your system.
Source: click here
Thanks I can now switch on my pc without the ezula installer prompting me to install it.
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