PDA

View Full Version : Advanced System Repair Pro



jayal
01-11-2018, 01:13 PM
Help! this programme is a nuisance, How do I get rid of it? Please - press F1 can't delete it

wainuitech
01-11-2018, 01:28 PM
You can download Revo uninstaller from https://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html

Either the portable or installer ( free versions) run it, one it populates, locate Advanced System Repair Pro, single click to select it, click uninstall, make sure you select the advanced check button, once its uninstalled, click scan, remove everything it finds, the advanced removes all reg keys as well as folders left behind.

1101
01-11-2018, 01:30 PM
control panel : programs & features : uninstall all IObit programs
or use something like revo uninstaller

then Install & run malwarebytes ,scan, remove/quarantine all PUP detections. Then uninstall malwarebyes

wainuitech
01-11-2018, 02:21 PM
Then uninstall malwarebyes :lol: Damn good idea.

There's a better way to scan for malware leftovers -- Download windows-repair-toolbox (https://windows-repair-toolbox.com/) On the Malware tab, run Zemana, Hitman Pro, and lastly ( if you want) AdwCleaner No need to install Malwarebytes at all. Its gone backwards in many ways.

jayal
01-11-2018, 04:56 PM
to wainuitech and 1101 - this is diabolical - I've got no idea what to do, I'm going round and round getting nowhere - thanks for your comments, maybe I'll have to get a local tech. Meanwhile this ASRPro continues to pop up again and again

Speedy Gonzales
01-11-2018, 05:19 PM
Did you get adwcleaner then run it then tell it to remove whatever? If ccleaner is installed delete its entry in startup first then reboot then run adwcleaner

wainuitech
01-11-2018, 05:26 PM
to wainuitech and 1101 - this is diabolical - I've got no idea what to do, I'm going round and round getting nowhere - thanks for your comments, maybe I'll have to get a local tech. Meanwhile this ASRPro continues to pop up again and again What you can try to do to stop the popups, press ctrl+ Alt+ Del, select Task manager. If you don't have the full window, bottom Left click More Details. Under the start Tab, scroll through, locate as 1101 Suggested, locate anything relating to IOBit or Advanced System ----

Click each one, one at a time, then click Disable. Once done, reboot, this should give you a better chance of downloading and running revo, as well as removing the program. Anything IObit.

Lawrence
01-11-2018, 06:15 PM
Windows Repair Toolbox is all you need as it has Revo/adwcleaner included in it's Tools

If you are unsure see here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n0zidZjnxc

jayal
01-11-2018, 08:41 PM
thanks Speedy, been a long time, you had the answer, now fixed - I've got adwcleaner/Malwarebytes is that okay - that nuisance Advanced System Repair Pro has disappeared, cheers

Laggard
02-11-2018, 02:00 PM
:lol: Damn good idea.

There's a better way to scan for malware leftovers -- Download windows-repair-toolbox (https://windows-repair-toolbox.com/) On the Malware tab, run Zemana, Hitman Pro, and lastly ( if you want) AdwCleaner No need to install Malwarebytes at all. Its gone backwards in many ways.

The Windows repair link throws up warnings about toolbox slowing down your computer, and even if you go ahead anyway blocks the address-??

wainuitech
02-11-2018, 02:46 PM
The Windows repair link throws up warnings about toolbox slowing down your computer, and even if you go ahead anyway blocks the address-?? What message ?? Post a screen shot, the link I provided is perfectly legit, others may not be.

The toolbox doesn't install, its a stand alone program you can either run from a folder on your computer OR as I do (and many others) from a USB drive.

Of course its going to slow things down slightly while its being run, I'd be surprised if it didn't, after all its cleaning out infections or making the changes you select.

Laggard
02-11-2018, 03:07 PM
Sorry missed out it was Nod32 "protecting me". I used the link in you post.

wainuitech
02-11-2018, 07:20 PM
Sorry missed out it was Nod32 "protecting me". I used the link in you post. That's really strange, Been using Eset since 2003 and never seen a warning about some other software slowing down your computer :confused: Seen messages saying certain software may harm your computer.

henrymud
16-11-2018, 03:34 PM
any good apps to delete such app on Mac? My son downloaded an app on his Mac and can't get rid of it as Advanced System Repair Pro.

Suoyer
21-11-2018, 02:56 PM
I uninstalled and installed it several times before (Windows 10 64 bit)
Open the control panel and click the "Program" options , select the "PressF1" safeware and double-click it, this software can be uninstalled.

Suoyer
26-11-2018, 09:18 PM
any good apps to delete such app on Mac? My son downloaded an app on his Mac and can't get rid of it as Advanced System Repair Pro.

See it :https://www.tunesbro.com/delete-unwanted-apps-on-mac.html