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    "BAD InfoAtoms... GOOD Uninstall found."

    December 2, 2012  |   By mydh


    there is nothing good about this thing...InfoAtoms




    I went to Start, typed in Regedit,then opened HKEY Local Machine, Software, InfoAtoms.
    I found the exact place it was at. I went to C: Program Files, InfoAtoms, Within the folder there is an 'uninstall app'. I uninstalled it, then went back to where it was in regedit and deleted the entire 'Key' for InfoAtoms. Then I restarted my computer and checked those places and the Uninstall from Control Panel. Seems its gone...for now.

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  • Reply by liateronly on December 19, 2012

    I was able to find the uninstall program and activated it. But I can not dlete the key. Any thoughts?

    PS: Were you able to get rid of it now that it has been two weeks?

  • Reply by johnraio on December 6, 2012

    I tried to do waht you said but there was no item called infoatoms. do they call it something else?

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