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    Default Advanced System Care Free for Windows 7

    Advanced SystemCare Free (formerly Advanced WindowsCare Personal) has a one-click approach to help protect, repair, clean, and optimize your PC. With over 35 MILLION downloads since 2006, this fantastic, award-winning free registry cleaner and system optimizer is a "must-have" tool to speed up your slow computer. 100% safe with no adware, spyware, or viruses; a PC maintenance program thatís incredibly easy to use.
    Operating System: Designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, and 2000 (32bit and 64bit)
    Languages: Multi-languages



    Website: iobit.com

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    Thanks !!! Andy, I would like to tryout on my TESTING MACHINE.

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    I have used this in the past and it is very good for a free application.

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    I just dl the Advanced SystemCare Free v3.
    Set-up went ok and some of the clean-up.
    I closed the program to do something then tried to open it and a window opened stating that (Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item. I uninstalled and reinstalled and the same window came up.
    Please Help, thanks James.

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    I am a paying customer of IObit. I find that the new toolbar has hijacked my Firefox browser (I won't open IE or any other until this is cleared up). No steps including those of the vendor which is a "stated" part of the program, or my own efforts can get rid of it. Worse, I was NOT given a choice at my last update if I wanted it. It was given to me w/o my approval. Even worse after sending email to the vendor, they simply stated it was not malware or spyware, even though I made it clear I don't like the look, feel, and usage of this toolbar.

    I have found that there is a process added by this infernal toolbar, which is to a remote installer server, although for what purpose I cannot say at this time.

    My advice is watch out, or you'll get a stow-a-way you may not want. I'll be back if I figure out how to remove it. Regedit is next up.

    BTW, how does a company who stands on spyware removal stick you with one you cannot get rid of? I don't get it, its insane.

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    Thank you for your feedback bagwell386.
    and welcome aboard.
    In facts, IOBit toolbar is unnecessary and adware, it's likely to send private and sensitive informations, in order to generate income.

    Could you uninstall or disable this infernal add on?

    I know other IOBit paid users reported they were not able to uninstall or disable this toolbar even if theoreatically possible

    [EDIT]

    You may use Moz Backup

    http://mozbackup.jasnapaka.com/

    tto backup and restore bookmarks
    Then you may try to create a new Firefox profile.

    http://kb.mozillazine.org/Creating_a_new_F...file_on_Windows

    You should fix this issue quite easily.
    Last edited by leofelix; 30th October 2009 at 21:05.

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    downloaded read all the posts and erased...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfcrowley View Post
    I just dl the Advanced SystemCare Free v3.
    Set-up went ok and some of the clean-up.
    I closed the program to do something then tried to open it and a window opened stating that (Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item. I uninstalled and reinstalled and the same window came up.
    Please Help, thanks James.
    Sorry for late reply
    Please take a look here

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...1-de354a5c310e

    and here

    Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file - MajorGeeks Support Forums


    Hope it helps

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    hi !

    i think itīs a good idea to stay away from IObit, since they obviously canīt be trusted...

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    If you want a decent system optimizer try the competition here for a chance to win a license for the full version of Tuneup Utilities 2010

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