Have you ever tried to unintall Betfilter but failed again and again? Couple days ago I downloaded and installed this small application, when I thought that my brother was addicted with some sort of online gambling. I didn’t know how and when he started, but he seemed to find it more and more difficult to get away from his laptop every time when he surfed on some sites like Online Casinos or something. This was not good at all. Though I personally did not think gambling is a totally bad thing certainly, but I just didn’t want to see him sitting there doing nothing else all night. Well, anyway this small betfilter worked pretty well. It instantly located and filtered certain kind of gambling sites which were exactly what my brother tried to get on, and he clearly understood what my purpose was.

I must say this software was quite effective, but soon I found it perhaps too effective, as it changed my IE settings and filtered some sites that seemed not to have anything to do with gambling. I then tried to uninstall betfilter, and failed. I thought I removed it but still got blocked from those sites and a pop-up of betfilter always appearing whenever I opened my IE, telling me that the program was damaged and needed immediate repair. I realized I had a typically incomplete uninstall, but did not know where to check the leftovers. Like many others, I turned to Run->Regedit. After spending almost a whole night I finally located several folders and files that sounded weird to me:

C:WINDOWSsystem32aggampax.dat C:WINDOWSsystem32aggampax.url C:WINDOWSsystem32agsecure.dll C:WINDOWSsystem32betfilter.ico C:WINDOWSsystem32driversaggampax.sys

I was sure those were the reason for the leftover and I tried to delete them, failed again. I could not delete C:WINDOWSsystem32driversaggampax.sys. When I right-click and deleted, it always prompted that you could not uninstall Betfilter. I was totally at my wits end. At a time I was about to give up, I remembered I had another small program that might help: A program called Perfect Uninstaller which I downloaded for Norton Antivirus uninstall. Lucky that I finally got Betfilter off our laptop like I did to Norton, by a function called Force Uninstall. I guess sometimes it is just that easy with the help of a professional resource when you think you get stuck by all means.