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Ok, I have a better idea.  (I missed the 'system32' on step 1')

1) Start, Run... CMD

2) %systemdrive%

3) cd \

4) cd %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc

5) attrib -r -h -s hosts

6) del hosts

 

 

 

 

Sorry for the late reply.

 

Up to step 3 it is O.K.

 

Type instruction as per step 4, error message appearing.

 

Do you want me give you any other "report" or "reading" for your analysis.

 

Steve B)

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Start, Run, cmd

cd C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\

del hosts

 

Or just try to browse there and delete the file.

 

 

 

 

 

Did as above.......this problem

 

My Soft

Redirect host

desktop.kazaa.com=127.0.0.1

 

CLEANED :D

 

This one

 

Log

Activity.SchedLgu.Txt

C:\Windows|SchedLgu.Txt

 

Still there.

 

 

Thanks :D

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I' ve read the article b4. But I don't know how to do handle this :

 

"If you are not using the scheduler, I suggest disabling it, this will not only allow you to back up this file, but also save some RAM."

 

So, how do I disable the scheduler ?

 

Thanks

 

Steve B)

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Your problem is easy. I had this problem too. Do the folowing things. I've my knowledge from reading forum sites.

 

Step 1

Download a very little programma on

http://www.funkytoad.com/download/hoster.zip

 

Step 2

Unpack it.

 

Step 3

Search for the program and run it.

 

Step 4

Click on the button richt (above) Make Host writeble

Click after that on the button Restore Original Host

 

Your problem is over now.

 

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If you have WinPatrol, that programm wil see the changing. Klik Yes en you can read an example of wath Microfoft has done. That message is not importent. Close it and run Spybot for dure again. I can tell you, that yout problem is over.

 

What I can with my age of 64 years, you can also. I left the High school for a long ago, so time I had sure make mistakes with my English, but I'm sure you understand my message.

 

At your service.

Cor Schorel

Netherlands

My privat mail is: s@avd.nl

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I' ve read the article b4. But I don't know how to do handle this :

 

"If you are not using the scheduler, I suggest disabling it, this will not only allow you to back up this file, but also save some RAM."

 

So, how do I disable the scheduler ?

 

Thanks

 

Steve  B)

 

 

 

You only really want to disable it if you have no programs that are dependant on it. Some may "report" to be, but don't really need it. You can do so under the Administrative Tools in Control Panel.

 

Your problem is easy. I had this problem too. Do the folowing things. I've my knowledge from reading forum sites.

 

Step 1

Download a very little programma on

http://www.funkytoad.com/download/hoster.zip

 

Step 2

Unpack it.

 

Step 3

Search for the program and run it.

 

Step 4

Click on the button richt (above) Make Host writeble

Click after that on the button Restore Original Host

 

Your problem is over now.

 

=====

If you have WinPatrol, that programm wil see the changing. Klik Yes en you can read an example of wath Microfoft has done. That message is not importent. Close it and run Spybot for dure again. I can tell you, that yout problem is over. 

 

What I can with my age of 64 years, you can also. I left the High school for a long ago, so  time I had sure make mistakes with my English, but I'm sure you understand my message.

 

At your service.

Cor Schorel

Netherlands

My privat mail is:  s@avd.nl

 

 

 

The HOSTS file and the fact he has a log that is causing a MS schedules text file not to be deleted are in no way related. -.-

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Plus it was already stated that the HOSTS problem was solved.

 

 

 

 

 

I didn't realise this thread was opened again. Yes the hosts problem is solved.

 

Esceha, thanks anyway.

 

You can do so under the Administrative Tools in Control Panel.

 

Will try that tonite

 

Steve B)

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