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  1. Aside from my "sonic cookie" issue, I'm curious about Malwarebytes. I ran it's Scan function and it comes up w/ some same issues, but also w/ more issues than SpyBot. I'm needing feedback from those more computer literate than me (everybody here): Is this program, Malwarebytes, trustworthy? Is there a way to backup only the things about to be changed before doing "fixes" If I needed to restore an item or items, could I cut & paste from the Malwarebytes log file to the appropriate Registry location? The thing is that these "issues" are all Registry issues ... and I'm not "fluent" in Registry. So I don't want to make a mistake here. But I would like to get rid of these nasty sounding items (See Attachment). Any comments? Malwarebytes_Scan_Results.doc Malwarebytes_Scan_Results.doc
  2. WHOA ... until my last reply, I didn't realize there is a "Page 2" to this thread. UPDATE: I've tried everything on Page 1 to no avail. I retried various options w/ Unlocker and was able to Move the offending folders to a folder I named JUNK. However, I was unable to move it to Recycle Bin or to a Compact Flash Card. So now "sonicdrivein.com." no longer shows up in CCleaner. NEXT: I'm going to attempt to "process and absorb" page 2. This may take some time as I've got much going on outside of this issue right now. I'm vastly appreciative of all the help. Thanks to all of you. I'll post my next moves as soon as I'm able.
  3. Thanks for the ideas, but ...Flash cookie cleaner has no effect. Same is true for include and exclude in ccleaner
  4. Killbox says: "This file does not seem to exist". But I still have to look at it.Well the folder is apparently empty, so why can't I just throw it away???
  5. Safe mode: same problems as Normal Mode.Empty Folder Gambit yields error mess. something like: ?Cannot move file: Cannot read from the source file or disk.?
  6. The the sonicdrivein.com. folder still exists in the same 2 paths: C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\{Randomword} C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\macromedia.com\support\flashplayer\sys CCleaner still shows it in Cookies to Delete, after refreshes & reboots.
  7. FileASSASSIN is ineffectual. It simply yields the error message: ? ? refers to a location that is unavailable ? info may have been moved to a different location.? Unlocker claims to delete the object, but it doesn't.
  8. That?s interesting, when this first came up, I searched for the location, but it did not show up. I followed your directions and found it. After that I tried multiple searches and curiously the folders were not found until I narrowed the search to the Application Data folder. What?s that about? So, now when I try to perform actions on the sonicdrivein.com. folder, here?s what happens: Attempt to Delete: ?Cannot delete file: Cannot read from the source file or disk.? Highlight folder: ?folder is empty? Attempt to Open: ? ? refers to a location that is unavailable ? info may have been moved to a different location.? So what?s all this about? If it?s nothing why can?t I simply get rid of it?
  9. It shows as a flash cookie. I guess that's why I couldn't find it in my browser temp files, yes?
  10. Thanks for the welcome message. I just dbl checked & I do have that box ckd. Any other thoughts?
  11. The cookie: "sonicdrivein.com" sits in my CCleaner "Cookies to Delete" box, yet it never gets deleted when I run "Cleaner". I don't know if this is a problem. Still, it is curious. Couldn't find a similar topic in the forums. Is there any action I need to take?
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