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I have noticed random Amazon adverts appearing at the top of the web page now and again, they appear above the main heading both on Arrse and BBC. I can't see that either site is responsible so I think Amazon have loaded something on my PC. Any ideas how to stop it?
After reading my post, it sounds like gibberish, what I should say is that the Amazon add loads first and effects the script of the web page, for example the drop down menus don't work correctly when the amazon add is there...any ideas how to stop it?
Google Kservice and you will find its a Peer to Peer program that seems associated with Sky. Some sites say it is needed if you have signed up for the Sky Download service. Here is an extract from a site if you do want to remove it
"Well, the manual uninstall seemed to work. For those of you in a similar position, here's what I did:
Went into the Services applet (Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Services) and stopped the KService service. I also set it to Disabled.
Opened Regedit, went to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run and deleted the entry for 'kdx'.
Still in Regedit, went to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Services and deleted the entry for 'kdx'.
Deleted the entire folder where KService was installed (in my case 'C:\Program Files\KService')
Restarted the machine"
Sorry whitehorse, I am stumped. In some respects, the fact that its Amazon and not "Debbie does Donkeys" makes it more confusing because Amazon are not particularly known as producers of Spware/Malware, try this website and run HijackThis and StartupList and post the logs from each.