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I was debugging with another application which complained the AntiVirus program might blocked its access so I tried to uninstall all my Kaspersky apps for it.I then found out this protocol It has two physical network cards which are both bound (only) to HP Network Configuration Utility. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads If you run Netmon as admin, does this change anything? http://linux4newbie.com/cannot-remove/cannot-remove-adobe-reader-8-1-1-from-add-remove-menu-please-help.html

Think My PSU Is Failing Wifi in a pub [SOLVED] Netgear wndr3700 throttling WAN... » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All Then it's simple to share something publically. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here. However I suspect that if the Network Monitor Driver doesn't show up there, it must have failed because it couldn't even add it to the list.

Friday, July 23, 2010 9:55 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same issue here. All Activity Home Microsoft Software Products Older Windows NT-Family OSes Windows XP CANNOT remove "Network Monitor Driver" Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2001 - 2017 MSFN Community Software by Invision Power CANNOT remove "Network Monitor Driver" --- This is really annoying!

zobi 25.09.2014 18:15 Proper resolution is thisif you do not want to install NDIS driverthen go to remote installation and edit the Kaspersky endpoint security package and check the Do not Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! Remove Network Monitor 35. I'm wondering if it's a particular NIC which is having this issue.

Guess what! Do you have an error like this reported in the event log? Thanks!QUOTE(Email to Kaspersky Support @ 10.03.2014 12:29)========================================================================Hi!:I did my checking on this case when I tried to located the you-said faked “Kaspersky Lab Network Monitor Driver”. Windows XP IT Pro > Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) Question 0 Sign in to vote I apologize if I've placed this in the wrong section.When I try to uninstall

I'm running on Win98, Everytime i start my IE, it will load this webpage called seach-control. This is a NETWORK ADAPTER service only. You'll need to extract the files manually. Network cards come with their own monitor software, this is what I thought you were referring to.

Proposed as answer by Jan Bilek Monday, June 25, 2012 8:20 AM Tuesday, April 24, 2012 9:11 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion You just need to backup the whole key folder and then delete it.Happy Monday!!! FYI.I've got his approval over the phone to share his replied email content with you all as below:===QUOTE(EmailFrom KasperskyTeam (9/26/2014 12:19pm PST))Hello J ,I have talked to upper engineers in both I have also tried the Net Agent removal tool ( http://support.kaspersky.com/3456 ) but the tool reports "1 - no Network Agent found in the system;" I have also tried to install

Thanks for the reply toughguy.AS u can imagine, i've tried MANY things, one of them is the command "netcap /remove", wich gives me "No instances of the Network Monitor driver installed http://linux4newbie.com/cannot-remove/cannot-remove-generic-dx.html Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? They are used as a third "teamed" adapter which has the Network Monitor Driver bound to it, along with IPv4 and all the usual stuff The testing I have done is: I also came across this post (http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=29365&sid=d96d6ef98e655a825848fab2230f7140#p131467).

I tested all my network and it works no problem after this. Thanks for the tip. Could you please clarify what you are inquiring about and asking to post?Thank You!Hi! useful reference It does show up in Device Manager but only after doing this...

I can't be sure it works, but it seems pretty relevant. Lets take a look...Copying a 167MB file to the server:w/ Network Monitor: 88 minutesw/ out Network Monitor: 35 secondsOpening a large SQL database app:w/ Network Monitor: 4-5 minutesw/out Network Monitor: 9 When I try to remove it, the Network properties window simply HANGS.

I have also tried adding it from Local Area Connection Properties>Install...

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Would you be able to test by removing some of the other filter drivers on the NIC and re-running "NMConfig /install" from an admin command prompt? The problem was that I had reached the filter limit in Windows7. Then it's simple to share something publically. http://linux4newbie.com/cannot-remove/cannot-remove-think-point.html In all cases, I never see any network adapters displayed for selection in the UI.

Have you tried looking in there? 0 #7 marcolopes Posted 29 March 2007 - 02:24 PM marcolopes New Member Topic Starter Member 7 posts Yes!! "Network Monitor" is not among them. Please post here is you also can find similar information in your PC. The team suspecious this is not from Kaspersky Lab!!! Thanks!

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