Hitman pro 3.7

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  1. secfor

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    Hi

    Sorry if this is in the wrong section. I am a newbie on Wilders.

    I have used Hitman Pro. Cannot remove it now. Tried normal Control panel (does not show) and same for Revo uninstaller. Detailed removal instructions would be appreciated. Please note I do not want to keep this software so please do not say it is worth keeping. Thanks
     
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    Do you still see it in your C:\Program Files\ folder?

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    yep. but folder is empty?
     
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    Ok Thanks. I have to say I do not know how? It definitely did not show up on revouninstaller or normal Control panel removal?

    I also have SuperAntispyware professional - same problem. Does not show on any uninstall panel? Any suggestions?
     
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    Haven't used SuperAntispyware in a while, but if you find it inside your C:\Program Files, there might be an uninstall.exe in there that you can click to remove it.

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    Ok - nothing in program files, but there is a uninstaller on the website for SA. I will try that. Need to log off etc so will do it tomorrow. Will report back if it does not work. These secondary scanners seem very hard to get rid of. I will be wary in using them in future. Thanks for speedy 1st thread here.
     
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