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#1 char46


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Posted 24 February 2006 - 07:27 PM

Does anyone know what webcybercoach 3.2 dell is? It has nothing to do with "Dell" Computers or "dell" software as I contacted their help staff myself. Thanks in advance. Char46

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Posted 25 February 2006 - 12:58 PM

Cybercoach is a referring web site that has a relationship with Dell, so maybe it is related to that, That would be my guess, Dell gets some $$benefit$$ by stuffing it on people's systems. But I'm guessing. It should be listed in add/remove programs to get rid of it.

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Posted 26 February 2006 - 04:17 PM

Thank you for replying, however as I stated in my original post.......when I contacted Dell about this webcyber thing......the person that emailed me back said it did not come with my Dell computer nor is it a Dell program. Who knows........this person might not have been up to date either. I have had this Dell desktop computer since April of 2002 and it wasn't until 3 weeks ago that the webcybercoach appear on my computer. Prior to then...I had not installed any new programs; downloaded any new music files nor had I re-installed any software. Maybe it came embedded with something and it installed itself unbeknownst to me. :rant2: This is odd........I will have to do more research. The only results I have had thus far while researching this thing......was this forum under a hijackthis log file from someone else's post and one similar reference on another web forum. If I find anything else I wonder if anyone would be interested in me posting it in here? Again, thank you so much for replying. Char46....... :rant:

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