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marc_randles

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How do I get rid of it

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Hello,

Try removeing it via Revo Uninstaller.

http://www.revounins...e_download.html

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Mak
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what do i do here?

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Hello,

Click the Select All and the click Delete. That will remove the Registry Entries related to the program. After it goes thru it will also be gone from the Windows Add/Remove Programs area as well.

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Mak
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Hello,

Your welcome. Did that trick work for you? I would suggest to keep using that app as it is much more powerful at removal than the standard Windows Add/Remove setup. :)

Cheers,
Mak
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Yes it work a treat
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