Author Topic: Need help to remover Bitdefender Communicator driver  (Read 10843 times)

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Re: Need help to remover Bitdefender Communicator driver
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2005, 06:47:42 PM »
Hello Speedy, I think Bob's advice is much better, so if I were you, I would trust him !
But if you want to use the tool, it's: go to " send to" , tick the plus-sign, click on the item of Bit-Defender which you want to be removed, hit the remove-button and hit the apply button.

But, again, I think Bob's way is the preferred one.

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Re: Need help to remover Bitdefender Communicator driver
« Reply #16 on: July 18, 2005, 12:23:09 PM »
Good deal. Take a look in the Sendto Folder in the Documents and Settings Folder under your username. There should be a listing to the
shortcut for BitDefender. You'll need to remove it and the corresponding actual program. It's possible that the only thing left, is the entry
in the Sendto Folder.
Good luck.


Thanks for telling me with the last puzzle for me to delete the last problem, and finally my computer can rest fro  the worst nightmare.

This maybe a real silly question. Why on earth Bitdefender create the worst software when a person like myself decided to uninstall the software, and suddenly it turn out a bloody nightmare I do have the idea what Microsoft is like with Window Me........bloody MS Window Me.
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Re: Need help to remover Bitdefender Communicator driver
« Reply #17 on: July 18, 2005, 03:04:24 PM »
Your welcome. I'm glad your computer is OK again.
In this case, I don't think the fault lies with MS but with BitDefender.
Unfortunately many programs like to leave peaces of themselves all over the place
even after we do an un-install. In most instances, this doesn't effect any other programs but,
in some cases it does.
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