Paladin Antivirus software removal

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Microsoft Windows XP
Trojans
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Viruses
How do I remove the Paladin Antivirus program?

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Microsoft XP

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<a href=”http://www.myantispyware.com/2010/02/09/how-to-remove-paladin-antivirus-uninstall-instructions/”>How to remove Paladin Antivirus (Uninstall instructions)</a>

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You can easily remove Paladin antivirus program using the built in unistaller of any version of Windows Operating System. To do this, proceed to the following steps. Click Start, Click Control Panel, Click Add/Remove Programs, Search for the Paladin Antivirus and install it properly.

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  • Karthikselvam
    1) unplug Network 2) try to uninstall from add/remove program 3) its not working goto program fiiles and delete files from C:Program FilesPaladin Antivirus 4) task manager to end process name pav.exe 5) take backup of your user profile (whatever necessary for you like Desktop, my documents, Outlook only dont take all your profile) 6) Run---> Regedit----> search " Paladin Antivirus" 7) delete those keys 8) login as a adminstrator and delete your profile.
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  • r3boot
    go with Carlosdl way of removing the paladin virus from your computer its much more efficient than doing Karthikselvam's way and then dont forget to download the anti malware from malwarebytes, and make sure when you install run an update on it and then do a full system scan just to be sure no other trojan/virus/rootkit and etc. lurking in your system..in short never compromise your safety and integrity of your data
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