Solved Problems Uninstalling SpeedItUp? Try Revo Uninstaller

March 22, 2014 at 15:12:19
Specs: Windows 7
For the not so computer savvy people out there:

XpUser4Real posted a recommendation to use the software, Revo Uninstaller, if you are having problems uninstalling the program "SpeedItUp.", Well, here's the info for the website where you can get the software he suggested. Thanks for recommending the Revo Uninstaller; I just wish I would have known a long time ago. Happy Trails!!

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March 22, 2014 at 15:57:21
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Even better, don't install "SpeedItUp" or any other magic fix-all programs on your computer. At the best they can mess more things up than they fix, at the worst they are scams. Totally unnecessary.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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March 22, 2014 at 18:25:39
I totally agree with you. However, in my particular case I have no idea how it even got on my new custom built pc. I'm thinking it could have been my son or daughter, and they are not supposed to touch my home business computer.
I have a question for you tho:
I found out about this today after running Spybot Search & Destroy but when I located the file, the name of it did not have the same spelling.
SpeedItUp was the name that should have been there but in my registry files it is listed as: SpeetItUp The letter T was at the end of speed instead of D. I am running the Revo Uninstaller now but if I have any more problems, would you by chance be available or able to help me if needed?


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March 22, 2014 at 19:27:18
Thanks, I had wrongly assumed that you had intentionally installed this program.

If you have not done so already run MalwareBytes on it. It has a good record of finding and fixing things that normal Antivirus programs miss:
Use the green icon top right.

Afterwards download and Save the file from here (ADWCleaner):
Use the blue download button near the top.
Double click the saved file to run the program. This will often find unwanted toolbars that can cause issues. You first run the Scan which will give options, although it is usually fine to run the Clean as it stands.

Paste the two logs on here so that we can see what it found.

As for further help just respond on here. Anyone who has already replied will have the thread flagged up for attention and other helpers might respond too.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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March 22, 2014 at 22:38:29
Yes Breed, Revo is about the best free prog to unload stubborn progs....

HELP in posting on plus free progs and instructions

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