Kaspersky Internet Security

Howard Cunningham howardc at macrollc.com
Sat Dec 15 22:34:10 CST 2007

Hello outgoing.verizon.net  (Andre's new name <grin>)

Did you check Kaspersky's web site for manual uninstall


Howard Cunningham, MCP
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
Macro Systems, LLC
howardc at macrollc.com - personal
service at macrollc.com - service

-----Original Message-----
From: tacos-bounces+howardc=macrollc.com at amrad.org
[mailto:tacos-bounces+howardc=macrollc.com at amrad.org] On
Behalf Of outgoing.verizon.net
Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2007 9:27 PM
To: Tacos
Subject: Kaspersky Internet Security


For your information and guidance, I have encountered a
certain number 
of serious problems with Kaspersky's Internet Security

(I had installed Kaspersky at the reecommendation of a
--now former-- 

Specifically, from time to time, and for no obvious reason,
it would 
refuse to allow my laptop to access Wikipedia, offering some
advice to the effect that "access to this URL is forbidden"
(or words to 
that effect).

Deleting that program from my computer proved difficult, to
say the 
least. Although I used the "Add or Remove Programs" feature
WindowsXP,  certain bits and pieces remained on the
hard-disk. After 
that, the computer would start to boot up, but would stop
after showing 
the welcome screen.

Finally, I had to resort to re-install the operating system
(great joy) 
and all the programs (more joy).

I have now replaced this &*%$#*& Kaspersky program with ESET
NOD 32 (as 
on my other computers), and it appears to operate very well.

André N4ICK

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