Stop Protection/Shut Down

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  1. wideglide36

    wideglide36 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I'm using Prevx 3.0.1.65 and was wondering what the proper procedure was to uninstall.

    If I right click the Prevx tray icon there is only an option to "stop protection". Is that the same thing as "shutting down"?

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  2. Fajo

    Fajo Registered Member

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    It temporally shuts down the real-time protection, so installs and what not are faster. I would recommend using it when you are installing alot of programs or such that way it don't "Authenticate" the files.
     
  3. Mongol

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    Just stop the program then go to add / remove programs and uninstall if needed. It's a small program and easily uninstalls...:cool:
     
  4. wideglide36

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    So you're saying all that I need to do is right click the tray icon and select "stop protection", and then go to add/remove programs and uninstall it?

    Is that the correct procedure?

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  5. philby

    philby Registered Member

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    There's a V3 removal tool here if you hit problems.

    philby
     
  6. Mongol

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    Yep - thats it. Just go to add / remove programs in the Windows Control Panel and do an uninstall....:eek: :)
     
  7. wideglide36

    wideglide36 Registered Member

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    Thank you.
     
  8. Mongol

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    Yer Welcome...:thumb: :D
     
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