Re: an Adaware problem

Cliford,

here are some that may help you.

When you tab you should hear all the buttons.  Scan now, settings, web

update, etc.  You can press the space bar on a button to activate it.

When you press insert H you should get hotkey help.

To begin, press control S for the scan now button.

You should hear select a scanning option, but all you have to do is press

control N for the next button.

As it scans you should hear messages like scanning drive C.

When it is done, you should hear finished and how many objects it found.

If no spyware was found, tab to finish and press the space bar.

If spyware was found, press control N for the next button.

This is where it lists the spyware.  Jaws can't read this list,

even with the jaws cursor.

But if you press control M for mark all it should say all items were checked

and they should have been.

Press control N for next.

A dialog from ad aware should come up with an okay button.  For now use your

jaws cursor or press insert B to read the dialog about the number of items

ad aware will remove.

Press the space bar on the okay button.

You are done.



You can look at the logs in C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-aware 6\Logs

with notepad to see what spyware was removed.



You can go to C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-aware 6\Quarantine and delete

the files that you find in that folder to delete all the files in

quarantine.  It will have one file for each time you ran an ad aware scan.



Remember it is just as important now to keep your reference files

up to date in ad aware 6 as it was before. Now you do it from within ad
aware

6 itself instead of using the separate refupdate program. Here is what you

need to do. Remember in all these dialogs just press insert B or use your

jaws cursor to review the information.

Tab to the web update button and press the space bar.

Review the information.

Tab to connect and press the space bar.

It will tell you if you are up to date, and just press the space bar on

okay.

If you need to update your ref files, it will tell you a newer version is

available and ask you if you wish to download them. Again, just press the

space bar on okay. When it is done, you can tab to the finish button and

press the space bar.



The only differeence to note in the scripts for below Jaws 4.0 is Control O
is used

to select the other dialogs for ad aware such as settings

and web update to update your reference files.  Note for both set of
scripts,

these have not been scripted yet, so you will need to review these dialogs
with

your jaws cursor or insert B command.



Please send any problems or suggestions to debbie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



So to summarize:

control S for scan now, control N to start the scan, control N when it is

done scanning, control M to mark all it finds, control N for next, space bar

on okay.











Moti



Israel

----- Original Message -----
From: "Clifford Blackwell" <cblackwell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 5:58 PM
Subject: an Adaware problem


I am having a slight Adaware problem.  I am running the version from the
JFWlite.com web page, Windows 98 se and jfw 4.51.  I've tried to follow
the instructions from the JFWlite Helpful Hints page.  It will scan my
computer and reports finding 94 problems.  I hit next, but from there I
can't seem to figure out what to do or how to remove the files Adaware
found.  Any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated.

Clifford
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