anti-keylogger borked?

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  1. lynchknot

    lynchknot Registered Member

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    Hello I installed anti-keylogger (not advanced) and upon installing I see the message:

    http://img34.exs.cx/img34/6383/anti1qp.jpg

    What do you think? I tried installing twice and continue to see the message. It displays the same message when trying to run it. Thanks....
     
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    Interesting. Are you running XP with sp2? If so, maybe there is something in SP2 that is causing the error as AK may see it differently than pre-SP2. Just a guess. I would think an email to support should solve the mystery.
     
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    Yes, to your question. I get the same message trying to uninstall it (using your uninstaller) I will have to delete the program files and run a reg cleaner I guess.

    *edit - I saw this at their site but they do not offer any alternatives. It's too late anyway

     
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    What did you mean by "your uninstaller"? Do you have me confused with someone else?

    Good luck with your problem!
     
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    Aren't you the Gerald Mornetzy that created the uninstaller "scram"? o_O
     
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    Hi,

    "Your uninstaller" is a name of an uninstaller software, you should not take it litteraly Gerard ;-)

    As for Anti-Keylogger 6.0, I have it on my system (Windows XP with SP2) and I never have this kind of problem.

    Atomas31
     
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    Now you have me really curious! No, I haven't a clue about uninstallers. However, I DO own "Total Uninstaller."
     
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    I should have capitalized the name or used quotation marks but i'm somewhat lazy when typing.
    Hmm, something funny going on......

    **edit - hehe, I was joking Gerard - however, "Scram" sounds like an appropriate name for a troubled uninstall.
     
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    Did you download anti-keylogger from their site Raytown?
    Where did you get the program from. Appears you either have an altered version or corrupted install file.

    Bruce
     
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    I got the link form wilders and it points to anti-keylogger

    I downloaded several times and tried to install a few times with same result.
     
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    Ok it looks like it may be Flyakite's system file replacement (mac icons)

     
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