MIXI.DJ Toolbar

What is MIXI.DJ Toolbar?

MIXI.DJ Toolbar is a browser add-on which you have to remove from the PC if you want to get desired search results while using the browser. This toolbar can be installed alongside your free programs which are very likely to have been downloaded from insecure websites. Anti-Spyware-101.com team has tried to test this toolbar on different browsers and found out that Mixi.DJ Toolbar is compatible which such browsers for Windows as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. The removal instructions are presented below but keep in mind that a system scan using SpyHunter is recommended to make sure that no new threats are downloaded to the system. Moreover, the scanner is free of charge, so you can download it right now.

What does MIXI.DJ Toolbar do?

If you install the toolbar or any other blindly, you may miss important check boxes which should not be checked so as not to have some additional programs installed. In the case of Mixi.DJ, we have noticed that it can be bundled with TuneUp Utilitied 2013. The heading of the installation window indicates that you are running the installer of Mixi.DJ and if you do not read what is written below, you can easily miss a chance to opt TuneUp out.

Additionally, when installing MIXI.DJ Toolbar, you have no choice but to allow the toolbar to change your home page and search provider. Do not get surprised if you receive unexpected advertisements because this toolbar can generate them, too:

Send me info from the toolbar and apps (can be disabled later).

Your home page will be changed to search.conduit.com, and instead of the Google logo or any other page you will see a MIXI.DJ logo with a search box and a Search button. The toolbar allows you to listen to music and directly access such websites as Facebook, Twitter and others. It is also said that in order to listen to your favorite music online you will have to connect to the Internet. If you think that MIXI.DJ is not dangerous, bear in mind that your search results are provided by search.conduit.com which has acquired a bad reputation. You may be directed to undesired websites and provided with advertisements whose contents should not be trusted.

How to remove MIXI.DJ Toolbar?

Want to remove MIXI.DJ Toolbar right now? You can do it with the help of our guidelines which will help you erase the unwanted add-on from your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. When you are done with the removal, scan the PC with a free scanner available below. If some harmful processes or files are present in the system, the scanner will easily identify them.

Remove MIXI.DJ Toolbar

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and press Ctrl+Shift+A to open Add-ons Manager.
  2. Click on Extensions and remove Mixi.DJ.
  3. Click on the Firefox icon and go to Help – > Troubleshooting Information.
  4. Click on Reset Firefox.
  5. On a new dialog box, click on Reset Firefox and then Finish.
  6. In order to change your home page, click on the Firefox icon, go to Options – > Options. Open the General tab and set your new home page. Press OK to confirm.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Press and hold the Alt key and press F.
  3. Go to Tools – > Extensions.
  4. To remove Mixi.DJ from your Extensions list, click on the bin icon.
  5. To change the browser settings, click on Settings.
  6. Find On startup and click on Open a specific page or set of pages.
  7. Click on Set pages and remove search.conduit.com.
  8. In the box given, add a new page and press OK.
  9. In the Appearance, click on change to modify your home page.
  10. Delete search.conduit.com from the Open this page box and type in a new page. Press OK to save the change.
  11. In the Search section, click on Manage search engines.
  12. Remove the unwanted search engine.
  13. Set a new search engine by moving the mouse over a particular page and click on Make default. Press OK.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Pres Alt+T.
  3. Select Manage Add-ons and click on Toolbars and Extensions.
  4. Disable the unwanted add-on.
  5. Click on Search Providers and remove search.conduit.com.
  6. Press Alt+T and go to Internet Options.
  7. In the General Tab, change the home page and press OK.
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Stop these MIXI.DJ Toolbar Processes:

MixiDJ_100.exe
IncredibarMixi.exe
MixiDJ.exe
Mixi_S.exe
updater.exe

Remove these MIXI.DJ Toolbar Files:

cjhuhmhq.dll
ixjntukl.dll
bhoMixi.dll
xatkehah.dll
epgyqjxr.dll
xosuiyad.dll
bho.dll
fnuppuzm.dll
Mixi_S.exe
MixiDJ_100.exe
IncredibarMixi.exe
cfkohmwa.dll
ahlicyix.dll
nroqymil.dll
updater.exe
MixiDJ.exe
hyzjabgx.dll
oknqirzs.dll
rgqgzxei.dll
nuxmpsyp.dll
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44 Comments.

  1. Hey thanks for this post! After scanning with SpyHunter4 can I use it to remove the threats? Or should I be using another program?

    • Hello Dylan,

      Yes, Spyhunter can remove this scam for sure, but it’s not free. So if you are advanced computer user you can look at files location, and remove MIXI.DJ Toolbar by your self. Spyhunter shows all locations of this tool.

      Good Luck

  2. Max thank you so much for posting this. You are a genius! Blessings to you!

  3. Thank you Max. I think I have it removed.

  4. Your step-by-step removal instructions for MixiDJ were awesome and very complete. Other sites only had bits and pieces of the info you had and I was still plagued by this g**damn, piece-of-sh** toolbar/search engine/conduit crap that always opened a second tab in Chrome. Very annoying. Very shady.

    Thanks for posting this information so that we can learn how to defeat this malicious software. I can’t believe that MixiDJ could so easily change all my default browser settings. I usually see the warning from Chrome that a change is requested, but that window never popped up. Sneaky stuff like this pisses me off!!!!

    Thanks again :)

  5. Max, Thanks to you, and your easy step by step method, I was able to rid that MIXDJ from both Firefox and Internet Explore. Great instructions.

  6. Max, Tremendous Thank you for this post!

  7. Got rid of the MIXI.DJ, and purchased SpyHunter, but I have two hard drives. To enter XP hard drive I need to hit the F8 key when the motherboard screen appears. SpyHunter is interfering with that process. I did find the option to select XP in the SpyHunter boot up search, but that is inconvenient.

  8. Great work – much appreciated. Take the rest of the day off.

  9. Max, you saved me and my laptop. I have followed other instructions and only got rid of the programs without resetting the browser. So the mixi dj toolbar sneaked back in today. Thank you for your step by step instructions. I will be more careful from now on.

  10. Hi Max it still reappears on nieuwe tabs in firefox although fist tab is ok

  11. the same here, followed the instructions and according to the specified startpage, a new tab should not be mixi dj, but is Any suggestions?

    • Hello,

      Try again these steps, if it is still on your new tab I suggest to scan with spyhunter , after scan take a look at mixiDJ files and registry keys location and remove it by yourself.

      Good Luck!

  12. Your instructions were right on. I was so exited to get rid of Mixi.dj I tried to send an email without entering the numbers code. You deserve some kind of metal.
    Thank you,

    Jim

  13. Hello and thank you in advance for your answers. :)
    How can I remove this thing from about:Tabs window in IE8? All of the other places it was succesfully terminated

  14. Georgi Georgiev

    I\’ve just solved the problem with little help from MS forum. Here\’s the way.

    Tools > Internet Options > General > Tabs > Settings > When a new tab is opened, open:
    - a blank page
    - the new tab page
    - your first home page

    I choosed \”a blank page\” then turned back to \”the new tab page\”, which it was by default.
    All\’s like it was before now. :)

  15. Thank you for your comprehensive set of instructions. Unfortunately, they do not work for as as when I open up my ‘add-ons’ or ‘plug-ins’ for Mozilla firefox, Mixidj is not there. I also removed it from my computer files, so I don’t understand why it is still infecting my firefox browser. Any suggestions? :( Thank you

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