Deletion of Trial Software

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by KM1, Jun 26, 2005.

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  1. KM1

    KM1 Registered Member

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    During the removal phase of the trial version of TDS-3 I got the message aksing if I wanted to delete shared files. I was using add/remove programs in windows. I got this message about 3 or 4 times and clicked on "yes to all" each time. Now I am wondering if some of these files were not really part of TDS-3. My computer seems fine but was wonderinf if I broke any other software on my computer or in Windows that I am not aware of, Yet, by removal of TDS-3 in this manner? Any help would be appreceiated.

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  2. Jooske

    Jooske Registered Member

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    Hi there KM1,
    I always click "no" in such cases when not sure. Depends on which files they were.
    Didn't you like TDS on your system?
     
  3. KM1

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    It is not that I did not like it. I was asked to download it and see if it could find anything on my computer based on a hijackthis log I had made. It is 49$ for the full version and I cannot really afford that with all the other protective software I am running. Would like to know what files this program attaches to or it shares so I can replace those files if I need to. How can I find this outo_O

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  4. Carver

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    I always look first to see if there are other programs that are dependent on the shared files I want to delete.
    @KM1 Can you use system restore to go back and restore the files and TDS-3,then uninstall TDS-3 and leave the shared files.
     
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