Good morning A couple of suggestions for you since a simple search will not come up with the information we need. You say it resides in the tray near the date, Have her Right click on the file to see if there is any "options" Which might include No auto startup and/or an Uninstall. This uninstall may also be included in the startmenu if there is an entry for this item. You could also "try" looking in the windows add/remove to see if there is something related but I doubt you will find it there. If the program can be closed/disabled from the tray she may be able to do a harddrive search for something that might be related (I'm guessing it wont be called anything recognizable). Look for strange named folders probably in the windows directory and/or the program files directory. In a suspect folder open it to see if any of the files might be related, or possibly a text file you can open/read to see if it references the program in question. Has she tried a good updated (properly configured) antivirus scan to see if it may detect and remove it ? If removal is not possible atleast you may get a common name for this if its virus related so more research can be done. Let us know if any of that helps Christy *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 6/30/02 at 08:06 PM pm5954 wrote: >A friend of mine has a laptop windows XP computer. While surfing she >somehow had an active program installed on her computer called >Animepornofantasies. She would like to remove this from her computer but >cannot find the file to delete it. It is on the desktop near the date. >Pam > > - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.