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prich

I think I goofed up!

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Hello, I was helping someone fix there computer, they had installed "actual spy" (I assume to keep track of her kid) but now she wants to remove it.. After reading a bit I figured that SAS could do it. ( I did check the usual ways to remove it like add+remove prog. and of course the files are hidden.. When I ran SAS it did find it but it did not check the boxes to remove it, so I did.. I re-booted it and now, poof, NO MORE booting. It cycles off on boot up. I can't even get it to stay running long enugh to try to boot from CD.. I did get it booted once into safe mode, but I have no idea how to undo this?

Any ideas?

Rich

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