+ 0 Votes Why? JackOfAllTech 4 years ago Why not just leave it? + 0 Votes Yes You Can Wizard-09 4 years ago I would do like this, have a bat file uninstall the software once the machine starts up, you can uninstall a program from the command line, see below. Link will also help http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/179 HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Uninstall\[name of application]\UninstallString If you see QuietUninstalString, that would be the one I'd try first, but not all applications have a QuietUninstallString + 0 Votes If it's the legit Spybot Search & Destroy, ... deepsand 4 years ago why can't you do a normal un-install? If it's a piece of malware, one of the many with a name deceptively similar to SS&D, you'll need to use a legit security application, such as the real SS&D, to remove it.