KeyScrambler Personal

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    "Created Havoc"

    May 5, 2008  |   By glorya


    I not only can't even get rid of the old verision of Keyscrambler 1.3 in Firefox but I have many problems upgrading because of this. It says it will be uninstalled when I reboot. NOPE! Doesn't happen after time and time again. I have even gone into the registry and eliminated the old version and anything related to that program all to no avail. What in the world is wrong and how can I correct this? I even took my WIN-XP SP2 in the hard drive and hoped that his would help when I did a "services. msc check. . NOPE! Still problems uninstalling this from Firefox. What in the world can I do to get rid of this?????????????

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