How to Remove OMG Music Search (search.conduit.com)

OMG Music is a web browser toolbar installed along with a rogue search page used for promotion. It is spread with free programs and other content downloaded from the Internet. Removing OMG Music is more difficult than uninstalling other Windows programs because it alters web browser settings and installs web browser extensions. It also comes with a well-known redirect to search.conduit.com and you need to remove different components that come with OMG Music. Since Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer are usually infected with these redirects, you need to remove components from each web browser installed on your computer.

This removal guide provides information for manual OMG Music removal. You also can use SpyHunter, that protects your computer against future infections, or OMG Music Removal Tool that offers one-year-long trial for anti-malware software and online support for malware removal.

 

What is OMG Music?

OMG Music is a set of programs and web browser extensions related to OMG Music Customized Web Search and Conduit. OMG Toolbar is powered by Conduit software and used for advertising and promotion. Ads displayed in your web brower, promoted links injected in search results, wasted web traffic, and compromising your privacy are results of using OMG Music. While the redirects to OMG and Conduit are not malicious, they are often installed in a deceptive way, and many users have bad feelings toward OMG Music installation. If you want to avoid installing unwanted programs similar to OMG Music, then you need to be careful or keep your downloads monitored by special programs like SpyHunter designed to protect your computers against malicious and unwanted programs that are OK with conventional anti-virus software. So, it protects you against trouble of installing and removing OMG Music and like programs.

OMG Music Toolbar

Protection against deceptively installed programs:

Removing browser hijackers like OMG Music needs a lot of your time for removing different components and setting left by this redirect virus. It is better to avoid installing OMG Music than removing it later. Pay attention to any marked check box while installing free programs since search.conduit.com is set for an automatic installation. Read policies and chose “custom” installation instead of “typical” that might hide adware program in a list of installed ones.

 

 

OMG Music Removal Tool

If you get it right, removing OMG Music and like adware is a tricky business since it consists of many components and might be bundled with unknown adware programs that also needed to be removed. Here we get WebCake and Delta along with OMG Music, but bundled adware plugins might vary and it is almost impossible to remove all the bundle without thorough research taken on adware or special program that automatically finds and removes all malicious threats if you press “Remove” button.

OMG Music Removal Tool and SpyHunter make the removal process easy and safe for you. Automated removal protects your system against errors common for manual removal performed by unprepared computer users. Both programs offer various benefits like free online support, comprehensive scan results, real time protection, and 100% money back guaranty. Your success is guaranteed and supported.

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Remove OMG Music Manually

For manual removal you need to uninstall OMG Music components. First you need to uninstall this adware as a program using “Add/Remove programs” utility (“Programs and Features” on Windows 7 and Vista) . You can start this Windows utility program by clicking a link in the Control Panel menu. Then you need to find and remove OMG Music and Antifishing Domain Adviser programs. After they are removed, you need to remove OMG Music add-ons from all of your web browsers and reset browser default settings changed by the adware.

Use the following guide for manual removal. Then scan your computer with antispyware program to make sure that other hidden malicious programs are also removed.

Uninstal OMG Music adware program

  • Click Start button, and then click Control Panel in the system Start menu.
  • Double-click “Add or Remove Programs” (“Programs and Features” for Win7 and Vista) in the Control Panel menu window.
  • Scroll through the program list, highlight “OMG Music Toolbar for IE, Search Protect by conduit, ValueApps” programs, and click Remove.

 

 

Remove OMG Music from Internet Explorer

Remove OMG Music add-ons from Internet Explorer Browsers

  • Start the browser and find Tools in top menu.
  • Pick Manage add-ons.
  • Select Toolbars and Extensions on left, and look for “OMG Music, Search Protect by conduit” add-ons.
  • Select this item and click Disable. Restart your browser.

Remove search.conduit.com redirect from IE 8

  • Start the browser and find Tools in top menu.
  • Pick Internet Options from the menu and click it.
  • In Option window open General tab, find Search section, and click Settings button.
  • Mark you preferred search provider in the providers’ list and click Set as Default button.
  • You will see a list of search providers. Select your preferred search provider and click the button Set as default.
  • Find the line with search.conduit.com redirect, and then click Remove button.

Remove search.conduit.com redirect from IE 9

  • Start the browser and find Tools in top menu.
  • Pick Internet Options from the menu and click it.
  • Open General tab, find Change search defaults, and click the Settings button.
  • Select your preferred provider and click Set as default button
  • Remove search.conduit.com redirect and like from the list.

 

 

Remove OMG Music from Firefox

Remove OMG Music add-on from Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Mozilla Firefox and find Tools in top menu.
  • Click it and select Add-ons.
  • Select Extensions on the sidebar.
  • Find “OMG Music, Search Protect by conduit” add-ons. Right-click this items and then click Remove button.
  • Restart Firefox to complete the removal.

Remove search.conduit.com redirect from Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Mozilla Firefox and enter “about.config” in URL bar.
  • Type “ Keyword.url ” in the search box and right click it.
  • Set it something different than search.conduit.com and reset this parameter.
  • Type “browser.search.defaultengine” in the search box.
  • Right click and reset it to something different than search.conduit.com
  • Type “browser.search.selectengine” in the search box.
  • Right click and reset it to something different than search redirect to search.conduit.com. Then search for “browser.newtab.url”, right click it and reset to prevent automatic launching search redirected website on each new tab.
  • Restart Firefox to complete the removal.

 

 

Remove OMG Music from Chrome

Remove OMG Music add-ons from Google Chrome

  • Start Google Chrome and click on the Wrench icon in the top-right corner.
  • Choose Settings from the drop down list.
  • Click on Extensions on the left to display installed extensions.
  • Find and Disable/Delete all “OMG Music, Search Protect by conduit” add-ons.
  • Restart your browser.

Remove search.conduit.com redirect from Google Chrome

  • Launch the program Google Chrome and click on Wrench icon in the top-right corner.
  • Choose Settings from the drop down list.
  • Find “Search” and click on Manage search engines.
  • Select your preferred search engine and click Make default.
  • Find and remove search.conduit.com related items.

Note: If your value your time or cannot remove this redirect virus by following this guide, then use offered removal tools for automated removal or at least a sufficient help for your manual removal efforts.

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… AND KEEP YOUR SYSTEM PROTECTED AGAINST HIDDEN THREATS
New customers can take FREE ONE-YEAR TRIAL of our “SpyHunter” antispyware and our “Online Support” for removing malware.

  • Easily remove programs like one that infected your computer
  • Remove programs that can steal your money and private data
  • Remove adware that annoys you and compromises your privacy
  • Find and remove legitimate programs that help to spy on you

Use your FREE ANTISPYWARE for detecting and removing dangerous programs that are not addressed by conventional antivirus products.

 

 

Remove OMG Music Search Redirect Completely

Removing adware and spyware installed along with OMG Music might be tricky since this programs are profitable and thus protected. You already learned what programs you need to remove, but it is difficult to find out how many more like programs are still left hiding somewhere on your computer. Use Spy Hunter or anti-spyware that comes with removal tool for scanning your system since some threats are legitimate products like OMG Music, and conventional anti-virus programs do not remove legitimate stuff.

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