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MediaPlayerZ Removal Instructions

MediaPlayerZ is an advertising supported application that pretends to be a legitimate and trustworthy software called Windows Media Player Classic. Unfortunately, our research team claims that you cannot trust this program and that it may be damaging to your system.

While we are still not sure if this software has any media player abilities, we can inform you that it travels with a browser hijacker. The hijacker will modify your browsers’ settings as soon as it enters your computer and you will not be able to undo the changes unless you get rid of MediaPlayerZ and the accompanying software. Read the following article to find out more about the threats that currently reside in your system.

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What does MediaPlayerZ do?

MediaPlayerZ adware travels with its own installer. Even thought the users are asked during the installation if they want to install the additional program, many do not follow the process closely enough to notice the question. This way the ad-supported application sneaks into a computer as a surprise for the users. Since such distribution method is used very often to spread potentially unwanted software, you should pay more attention to the future freeware downloads. Always choose Advanced or Custom option and follow every step of the installation wizard. If you see any undesirable software, deselect it.

After the applications (adware and the together traveling browser hijacker) enter your computer, your default search engine will be immediately changed to istartsurf.com or trovi.com. Like all the other hijackers, it will present you with altered search results and numerous ads. In addition to all the ads presented by the adware, you will be flooded with pop-ups, banners, in-text ads, etc. which will make browsing very annoying and irritating. The only way to stop this avalanche of ads is to terminate MediaPlayerZ.

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The biggest threat posed by these applications is the unknown third parties. Since neither the adware nor the hijacker checks the promoted parties for reliability, you may encounter cyber criminals which would probably result in malware infection. Clearly, you must do everything to prevent such outcome. We recommend to stay away from the ads and to avoid using the provided search tool. Instead you should hurry and delete MediaPlayerZ from your system.

How to remove MediaPlayerZ?

Since the adware creates self backups in windows directory, it is impossible to delete MediaPlayerZ through Control Panel. Instead, we advise to scan your PC with a reputable and up-to-date computer security tool. An authentic anti-spyware will not only remove MediaPlayerZ, but also will deal with the hijacker. Besides, it is also an opportunity to ensure that after MediaPlayerZ removal your computer is protected from future threats.

Uninstall MediaPlayerZ from browsers

Internet Explorer

  • Launch your browser and tap Alt+T.
  • Open Internet Options and move to the Advanced tab.
  • Click Reset and mark Delete personal settings.
  • Press the Reset button again.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Mozilla Firefox and press Alt+H.
  • Access Troubleshooting Information and click Reset Firefox.
  • In the new dialog box, click Reset Firefox one more time.

Google Chrome

  • Open your browser and click Alt+F.
  • Pick Settings and select Show Advanced settings.
  • Click Reset browser settings and tap Reset the last time.

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Comments

  • Paul

    none of the anti malware programs is able to remove the stamplive adware from my computer. I’m afraid the only solution will be to go back to factory settings.

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  • Les

    I had price minus ads popping up often in all webpages.It was driving me nuts.! I removed an extension from my browser (Firefox). I started deleting the extensions that I knew were not vital. And no more popups! I do have a couple of malware programs, and they too failed to remove these ads. But removing the extensions from Firefox + the add-ons section its what did the trick! I also did the same thing to google chrome browser, I deleted some add-ons, and extensions as well.

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