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How do I remove i-beta extension from Windows Vista?

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Try using Revo Uninstaller. Even if it can't uninstall the application normally, it will force it to uninstall by wiping out all traces of its presence from the system.

After that, try running AdwCleaner to make sure that there are no leftover rogue registry keys or toolbars in your system.

After AdwCleaner finishes its operation, make sure to run it again. This will ensure that the extension has been removed completely from your computer.

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Follow the steps in the following:

Step 1: Remove all programs related to redirect virus.
Click Start menu, and select Control Panel from the list.
Click on the Uninstall a program link under the Programs.
Select any redirect virus related or suspicious programs, and click on Uninstall button.

Step 2: Show all hidden files and folders.
Open the Control Panel and then click on Appearance and Personalization link.
Locate Folder Options link and click on it.
In the pop-up window, click the View tab.
Tick the “Show hidden files and folders” and non-tick the “Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)”.
Click the OK button to save the settings.

Step 3: Delete all files and registry entries related to redirect virus.
Open Local system disks, find out and delete all redirect virus related files.
Press Windows key + R key.
Type “regedit” into the pop-up box, and click OK button.
In the registry editor, search for entries related to the redirect virus and delete them.

Step 4: Remove the related add-ons from your browsers.
Internet Explorer:
Open Internet Explorer, click Tools > Manage Add-ons.
Look for any add-ons related to the redirect virus and remove them

Google Chrome:
Open Google Chrome, click on the menu icon (top right corner) and select “Tools” > Extensions.
Look for any add-ons related to redirect virus and click the trash icon on the right to delete them.

Mozilla Firefox:
Open Mozilla Firefox, click on the menu icon and select “Add-ons”.
Look for any add-ons related to the redirect virus and delete them.

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