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The Weather Channel Update

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I had the the Weather Channel on my start up bar and was notified that there was a new update which I downloaded. I am using Windows 98 SE.

After I installed the update - it stopped working - saying that " it cannot load
C:\Program Files\The Weather Network FW\Framework\wxfw.dll " error 1157

" unable to start Desktop Weather Setup "

I looked under C:\Program Files\The Weather Network FW\Framework and the application file is there. I tried to click on it and it doen't know what to use to open it.

I tried uninstalling the original application and the update application and was only able to uninstall part of it and the rest wouldn't uninstall - too many parameters.

I tried reinstalling everything and still have the same problem.

How can I get it to work? or to totally uninstall the applications for the The Weather Channel?
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A lot of weather programs are adware supported.It's better not to have those kind of programs.
try to uninstall it from add remove programs.
if it fails,you can use tool like ccleaner which has got uninstaller inits tools section.try to use theis tool and uninstall it completely.
click here to download ccleaner
it's a small freeware program.it's worth too.install it.after installing it,open it and click tools.u will find a uninstaller.u can use it to remove the weather program.
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