Kaspersky fucked my system!

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  1. Valence

    Valence Gustav Refugee

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    It got to where it would never load. However I check the task manager, and it's still running as a service. It makes my CPU run at 100% capacity 100% of the time. My fan screams like a banshee, and never slows down.

    I deleted the registry entry from Local machine and current user. Comes back everytime I reboot.

    I can't stop the service, it say's access denied.

    I can't uninstall, it say's I have to stop the service.

    Loop and repeat.

    I can't delete files from the programs directory, because access is denied.


    :o What the fuck do I do to get rid of this shit? I don't want the Ruskies looking at my shit :o
     
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    Valence Gustav Refugee

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    :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:

    It didn't really unlock anything. It did let me get farther on deleting stuff.

    It said "no locking handle found" or something to that effect. Then I could select an option to delete. It would still say access denied, but I figured out If I repeated those steps enough, more files were being deleted. Finally it said it couldn't delete the remaining files but could on the next reboot. I rebooted, and now I idle at about 5% or less, and the fan is quieting down. I was able to delete the directory for Kaspersky and the registry entries.

    Thank you, the one time someone on OT comes through with a serious, non-sarcastic helpful reply.
     
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    glad i could help :)
     

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