Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by NetBoot, Jul 7, 2004.
Is there a new version out?
It was just released in the past few minutes - see here: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=40215
Thanks, just wanted to make sure...
Should 3.1 be removed before installing 3.2, or is it okay to install over 3.1?
Either method should work, but for the most problem-free installation please see the instructions at the bottom of the page here: http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/sbupdate.html
Netboot, Javacool, Davinci or anyone ...
Could you tell me how to install SpywareBlaster 3.2 please.
Do I need to uninstall my Webroot Spysweeper (free version) before I install?
Do I need to disable my AV while I install etc.,?
P/s: I am sorry to ask such elementary questions but I am trying to learn as much as I can now.
Turn on SpywareBlaster 3.1, remove all protection, turn it off, uninstall it, install version 3.2, enable all protection.
I don't know. Wait a minute, you mean the 30-day trial, don't you?
Dunno. Might depend on your AV, but I really don't know.
If you don't have a previous version installed, simply download the latest setup from http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/sbdownload.html and run it.
Nope - the two programs should co-exist peacefully.
You shouldn't have to.
It certainly isn't a problem - that's why these forums are here: to try to help everyone who needs help.
I uninstalled 3.1 after disabling all protection. Then installed 3.2 with AV etc. on.
Then I updated 3.2 (yes!) and enabled all protection. No probs.
Thank You, thank you, thank you!
I will just follow your instruction.
As for Webroot Spysweeper I don't know if it is a 30 days trial or something I just got it from here after desparate search to get rid or CWS nasties ... for a long time.
Again thank you for your advice.
P/s: I plan to learn every bit about computer from now on and I plan to build up the whole system bits by bits myself in future as a hobby ... I recently saw the cooling system for a PC Tower ... Gosh it retails at nearly £250 ... and that's only for the cooling system for home user.
Thanks for pointing me to the upgrade instructions. I some how missed these before.
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