> I looked in firefox addons & in programs & feartures but i can't
> find Xerobank where & how did you remove it from your computer?
Shenan Stanley wrote:
> The above is all one might see with a newsreader.
> This is because you are replying to a conversationg that ended over
> one year ago. June 4, 2008.
> Please quote some of the previous message in the future -
> particularly when replying to a message that old.
> Entire Conversation:
Micheal Jung wrote:
> I am also experiencing this error and can't find the xerobank
Did you ever install it? This is not something that just *appears* on your
computer. You would have had to download it and install it yourself. It is
not a virus, trojan, worm, spyware, adware that I know of. It is a
legitimate product that has to be gotten manually by you or those who use
your computer system and have the rights necessary to install applications.
Now -having said that and if you are still convinced that XeroBank Browser
is your issue - why haven't you gone and looked through the support and FAQs
of the company you originally downloaded the browser through? Specifically
, their support section is here:
I am doubting your issue has anything to do with this browser. If you read
the original conversation you were replying to - I'd like you to compare
your situation and the original posters *very closely*. Recall if you ever
loaded the "XeroBank Browser".
Now - let's get to *your* problem.
Please provide Operating system (edition and service pack level,
the more detail, the better.):
Start button --> RUN
(no "RUN"? Press the "Windows Key" + R on your keyboard)
--> type in:
--> Click OK.
The picture at the top of the window that opens will give you the general
(Operating System name) while the line starting with the word "version" will
give you the rest of the story. Post _both_ in response to this message
Now that you have provided your WIndows edition and version, let's move
on to some basic cleanup that can be done on WIndows XP or Windows
Download, install, run, update and perform a full scan (separately) with the
following two applications (freeware versions are the ones to use for this):
After performing a full scan with one and then the other and removing
whatever they both find completely, you may uninstall these products,
if you wish.
Download and run the MSRT manually:
Then follow the instructions here:
How do I reset Windows Update components?
Try to get updates again.
Knowing what OS (edition and version) you are using will help
troubleshoot beyond the above tips - if you still have issues.
You will have to come back and let everyone know.
If you do have to come back - please provide details. What errors
you are seeing (word-for-word, not your interpretation) and what it
is you are doing when you see that error/message. You definitely
should provide the operating system (edition and version) you are
using if you expect to get any directed support.
In *any* case - please come back - report on your progress. Reply
to this very posting and let everyone know how things went/are
going. It is archived and floats about for many years after it is
originally posted (as is obvious by the replies this one has gotten
over a year after it was originally posted.) Old posts, if read and
comprehended, can help solve users problems with many different
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