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Daisy22

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I seem to have got this in my system - windows 7 - and I just can't seem to remove it. It has also installed the dreaded Delta search bar which again I can't remove.

I've tried to uninstall in control panel - it tells me it is removing it but doesn't and when I try to manually delete from programme files I get the following message :

this action can't be completed because the folder or a file in it is open in another programme

as far as I can see this isn't open so I just can't work out how to get rid of it

thanks for easy help please not very IT minded

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woodchip

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You will need to start in safe mode then remove it from Regedit, also delete all you can find under search in windows

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Daisy22

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Progress I think - I've started up this morning and it appears Delta has gone. So far so good.

Thanks for all help

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Jock1e

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Any more problems using Firefox go to Help.Troubleshooting information.Then reset Firefox which may help.

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Daisy22

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I tried the regedit suggestion, sadly that didn't work either as Delta-search doesn't appear anywhere on my PC.

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