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Old 06-30-2006, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been running the program Hostman for over a year, and it was worked wonderfully. However, latley it has seemed to gone hay-wire on me. The icon remains red, and in the unlocked position ( that is it is essentially turned "off"). When I click to activate it, a message claims the program is already running and wont allow it to turn back on. I deleted the program and attempted to reinstall it, but my computer seems to save the settings and reinstalls back into its same dismal place and situation. I tried uninstalling, running Ccleaner, Registry mechanic, and turning off my system restore +restarting the computer, and even then after reinstallation it resorts back to its old habbits. How do I get a "fresh" install of this? I presume regedit, but I am typically scared of messing with that. Any help? Thanks
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It holds all my host files aka blocked websites. It allows me turn them on, or temporarily disable the hosts.
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