iMesh on my task bar

  DAKAR 18:13 PM 22 Jun 11
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Hi All Today I downloaded a program called iMesh to get some keyboard music scores but then found it was not what I wanted so I uninstalled the program in control panel,but it seems it has placed its self on my tool bar and altered my home page,I have tried a few things but cannot get rid of it,so if anyone has any ideas as to how I can get it uninstalled it will be greatly appreciated,My system is xp sp3 Regards Dakar

  johnnyrocker 19:53 PM 22 Jun 11

have you tried revo?

johnny

  birdface 20:24 PM 22 Jun 11

Looks like it may be Malware.Download MalwareBytes update and run that to see if it finds any problems.

  DAKAR 20:53 PM 22 Jun 11

Hi jonnyrocker and hello buteman, I have tried revo earlier today and removed Imesh from the hard drive and I have just finished running Malware bytes I just cannot remove it from the tool bar. Any other ideas Thanks Dakar

  birdface 21:13 PM 22 Jun 11

Try msconfig and see if it is on start up on that and untick it.

It may come under a different name so look for a name you do not recognise.

  birdface 21:16 PM 22 Jun 11

If using I/E or Firefox look in add-ons and if it is on there remove it or disable it.

  DAKAR 22:53 PM 22 Jun 11

Thanks buteman You were absolutely spot on I found and removed the tool bar in Fire Fox add ons. By the way where is the resolved box gone now Kind regards Dakar

  ams4127 23:22 PM 22 Jun 11

Just click on the "Thumbs up" sign on the right of the post with the best answer.

  birdface 23:57 PM 22 Jun 11
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There should be greyed out ticks on the right of your thread.Just click on one till it turns green and thats it.

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