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redimp

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Installed this thinking it was the freebie RealPopUp. Soon realised my mistake and tried to uninstall. Since, it still boots up a corrupted version. Tried reinstalling over the top to see if it was a mistake - could not remember whether I had used Windows Remove untility, then uninstalled using the uninstall program that comes with it. Trouble is I still get the corrupted version. Does anybody know how to get rid of this problem commercial program once and for all. Real PopUp does everything I need.
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go to start /run and type in "msconfig". click on the startup tab and look for winpopup. once found then deselect the checked box. close out of msconfig and restart system.
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Thanks for reply - it is a persistent little **** but with repeated deletion from startup, deletion from my hard drive and now a running of registry mechanic, I am hoping that I may have won the battle.
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well you beat me to my next sugestion, reg mechanic.
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