How to Uninstall Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 From Your PC

From Microsoft:

Microsoft teams have confirmed a report of a security issue known as Download.Ject affecting customers using Microsoft Internet Explorer, a component of Microsoft Windows. (Download.Ject is also known as: JS.Scob.Trojan, Scob, and JS.Toofeer.)

On Friday, July 2, 2004, Microsoft is releasing a configuration change for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003, to address recent malicious attacks against Internet Explorer, also know as Download.Ject.

Windows customers are encouraged to apply this configuration change immediately to help be protected from current Internet Explorer exploits.

How does the extended support for Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows 98 affect the release of this update for these operating systems?

Updates for these operating systems may not be available concurrently with the other updates provided as part of this bulletin, but they will be made available as soon as possible following this release. When these updates are available, you will be able to download them from the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Download Center. However, customers who feel comfortable creating these configuration changes manually can have the additional protection on their systems today by following the instructions in Knowledge Base Article 870669.

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Under normal circumstances, you can easily uninstall the Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 using the Windows control panel.

Windows XP


Exit Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003.
From the "Start" menu in Windows, select "Control Panel"

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Select "Add/Remove Programs"

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Select the program with the Ask logo and the text "Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003" (or our partner's brand for a custom Toolbar)
Click "Change/Remove"

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Windows Vista and Windows 7

Exit Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003.
From the "Start" menu in Windows, select "Control Panel". Under the "Programs" icon, select "Uninstall a program".

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Select the program and the text "Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003".
Click "Uninstall" and then "Continue" to remove the program.

Tip: Download: Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 Removal Tool (Tested Malware & Virus Free by McAfee?)

Install and uninstall software repeatedly is often the case to end users nowadays. However, to uninstall software is not always as easy as to install it. Sometimes Add/Remove Programs within Windows System can't remove programs completely, especially for some stubborn software. You don't know why error messages keep popping up and wonder what's wrong with the uninstallation. Now what?

Actually, installing a certain program may cause the operating system to change in a big way, involving dozens even hundreds of megabytes of files copying, installing and registry keys modifying. Usually Windows Add/Remove program can remove the major part of a certain program but some files and registry entries were left. The remnants of programs may not only cause subsequent uninstall or reinstall attempts to fail. When they become very large, they will take up disk space and your computer's performance will be decayed and unstable. So when removing program, always keep removing all of its files and registry entries.

So what do you do when none of these options are available? Some users resort to simply deleting the program folder itself when they cannot uninstall program any other way. However, this is not a recommended course of action because it only removes the program files from your computer and does not actually uninstall anything. Furthermore, deleting the program folder can lead to registry errors and other problems down the road.

The best option at this point when you still cannot uninstall program is to turn to a third-party uninstaller program such as Help Uninstaller. You can use Help Uninstaller to remove any program from your computer, even corrupted applications that cannot be uninstalled by conventional means. This program also cleans up all registry entries and leftover drivers installed by your unwanted program. Stubborn and hard to remove programs can also be easily uninstalled, including othe software. Use of a professional uninstaller, even when you can or cannot uninstall program, can go a long way to keeping your computer running faster, smoother and error-free.

What is Help Uninstaller Capable of?

Display detailed information of a certain application installed on your computer.
Uninstall any unwanted programs from your computer easily
Forcibly uninstall all stubborn applications that cannot be uninstalled from Windows Add/ Remove Programs.
Leave no trace on your PC after removing.
Clean up application files, folders, registry entries and application drivers that the application leaves over.
Back up PC system files whenever you boot PC to restore system easily once PC crashes.
Release your PC hard drive space immediately.

How to Force Uninstall Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 Using Uninstall Tools?


Are you looking for effective way to remove Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 completely and instantly without a password? If so, Help Uninstaller could provide the perfect solution to force uninstall Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 without a password just in 3 steps.


1. Download Help Uninstaller


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2. Shut off the program after installation completes


2. Run the uninstall tool.


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3. In the display list, locate the Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003, and then choose Force Uninstall.

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4. There will be a pop-up window recommends you to try Uninstall function first, just click OK to skip it.



5. Follow the on screen instructions to finish the removal.

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Defrag After Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003 Removal


As what has been said in the preceding paragraphs that a good deal of caches would be loaded in local disk. And usually they are scattered around. It is time consuming to clean them up. Therefore defrag after Microsoft Configuration Change Windows 2000/XP/2003s removal is required. Here's the video to show how:


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