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:whistling: I have a program called SHASTA in the Add/Remove Programs list, I don't know what it is or where it came from, and want to remove it. HELP
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Shasta.com is an internet service provider in the US. If you are sure you aren't using their service just uninstall it. It certainly isn't a standard component of Windows XP Home or Pro, so removing it won't break Windows.
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I don't get the option to uninstall it anywhere?
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you could contact there technical support and see if they can
help you with uninstall it from your add and remove programs

http://sales.shasta....ort_contact.cfm
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thank you for your help
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did you click on it to highlight it in your add and remove programs

you didnt see change/remove spot on the right of you screen
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No there is nothing there only rarely used.
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