I already answered your question in this thread:Anyone know how to un-install iantivirus?
The company is No help, the software is POS memory hog , like a guest that ever leaves.
From a Google search for "uninstall iantivirus", this was the first search result:
Did you follow all the instructions in the Best way to FULLY DELETE a program link that I posted in the other thread? That would have deleted everything.I've tried the recommended suggestions, nothing works..
There is no un-install folder with the program..
Seems I've been able to make the program quit running automatically but now their program throws up an error message every time I boot up my Mac....
stating that some components are missing and to re-install the program..
Look for anything related to iAntiVirus in the following locations:I followed the instructions to a T...emptied my trash....the Nag screen never goes away when I re-boot
Don't check to hide it. Remove it. Click on it and click the "-" to delete it from Login Items.iantivirus is still listed in startup so I checked it to hide ...re-booted but that Nag screen still comes up.
I did not see any reference to iantivirus in the other areas.
In most cases, app removal software like AppCleaner doesn't do a thorough job of finding and removing files/folders related to deleted apps. For more information, read this. If you just want to delete the app, drag the .app file to the trash. No other software needed. If you want to completely remove all associated files/folders, no removal apps will do the job.