Limeshop?

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr., Feb 29, 2004.

  1. I am running Win98SE. A relative had installed Limewire on this
    computer. It clobbered my operating system buttons and I told him it
    had to go. I uninstalled it and that solved the problem with the
    operating system. Now I have something called "Limeshop" in the
    programs list on the Add/Remove Programs and I can't get it to
    uninstall. I am about to decide P2P programs are worse than unsafe
    sex. I am running Spybot and Adaware and hopefully that will prevent
    any serious side effects. Anybody got any ideas how I can get rid of
    the damn stuff that has been put on this computer, Limeshop in
    particular?

    Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr.
    Lubbock, Texas
    kinserlow at hotmail dot com
    homepage: www.members.cox.net/rkinserlow
    webmaster: www.d16acbl.org/U197/index.html
    Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr., Feb 29, 2004
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  2. Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr.

    Robert Baer Guest

    "Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr." wrote:
    >
    > I am running Win98SE. A relative had installed Limewire on this
    > computer. It clobbered my operating system buttons and I told him it
    > had to go. I uninstalled it and that solved the problem with the
    > operating system. Now I have something called "Limeshop" in the
    > programs list on the Add/Remove Programs and I can't get it to
    > uninstall. I am about to decide P2P programs are worse than unsafe
    > sex. I am running Spybot and Adaware and hopefully that will prevent
    > any serious side effects. Anybody got any ideas how I can get rid of
    > the damn stuff that has been put on this computer, Limeshop in
    > particular?
    >
    > Ray Wesley Kinserlow Jr.
    > Lubbock, Texas
    > kinserlow at hotmail dot com
    > homepage: www.members.cox.net/rkinserlow
    > webmaster: www.d16acbl.org/U197/index.html


    If uninstall does not work, i would first delete the subdirectory(ies)
    (and all contents) related to that program.
    Then i would edit the registry in a similar manner: look for program
    name first word, program monniker, and company name of software writer.
    Robert Baer, Feb 29, 2004
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