Sunday, August 18, 2013

How to Remove Yontoo Toolbar -Manual Removal Guide

Descriptions for Yontoo Toolbar


Yontoo toolbar is classified as an adware program which will modify your browser homepage and default search engine and add its useless toolbar on your browser. Whatever you do on the search, it will put its own ads on top of the results. It can get itself installed when you download some free software that have bundle with their installation. Hence, you have to pay attention to the optional installation settings.

What Harms can Yontoo Toolbar Make to My Computer? There are some complaints from the victimized computer users
“Seems Yontoo has been downloaded onto my comuter. After looking into it a bit online I found out that it is malware(and has been causing that annoying drop down deals that has appeared a few days ago).”
“I noticed several domains, and, always showing up in the NoScript block list. I traced it to an extension called Yontoo. I never installed this. How was it added without my knowledge? How can I block the adding of extensions without my permission?”

“After downloading a tool from the web, which I thought would help me speed up my download speed; I ended up messing the computer with Yontoo virus. This threat is bugging my Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome. Yontoo toolbar is all over my browser. My home page is changed with unknown search engine.”

Attention to Yontoo Toolbar:


  • It will block most of the system program, system runs much more slowly than normal.
  • It will display unsafe ads.
  • It will Open backdoor to the cyber hackers, collect your vital information and report to the attacker.
  • It will allow other infections come in and poor internet connection.

Instructions for Manual Remove Yontoo Toolbar,(or you can contact Tee Support online expert for direct help)


Step 1- Boot your computer into "safe mode with networking" by constantly tapping F8 key until Windows Advanced Options menu shows up. 

Step 2- Reset Internet Explorer by the following guide (take IE as an example):

Open Internet Explorer >> Click on Tools >> Click on Internet Options >> In the Internet Options window click on the Connections tab >> Then click on the LAN settings button>> Uncheck the check box labeled “Use a proYontoo toolbar server for your LAN” under the ProYontoo toolbar Server section and press OK.

Step 3- Disable any suspicious startup items that are made by infections from YONTOO TOOLBAR

For Windows Xp: Click Start menu -> click Run -> type: msconfig in the Run box -> click Ok to open the System Configuration Utility -> Disable all possible startup items generated from YONTOO TOOLBAR.
For Windows Vista or Windows7: click start menu->type msconfig in the search bar -> open System Configuration Utility -> Disable all possible startup items generated from YONTOO TOOLBAR.

Step 4- Open Windows Task Manager and close all running processes.
( Methods to open Task Manager: Press CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC or Press the Start button->click on the Run option->Type in taskmgr and press OK.)

Step 5- Remove these associated Files on your hard drive such as:

%systemroot%\System32 (64bit)

Step 6- Open the Registry Editor and delete the following entries:
(Steps: Hit Win+R keys and then type regedit in Run box and click on OK)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\\10
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\\SFGDFGFDH

Step 7-Restart your computer normally to check whether there is still redirection while browsing.

Or you can follow the video below:
If you cannot  follow the same step above, you can contact Tee Support online expert.

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