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Can not uninstall Charter Security Suite and F-Secure


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homeslice74

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I absolutely can not uninstall Charter Security Suite. It just doesn't show up in my control panel where you add or remove programs. It does show up in my programs, but when I delete it says I can not. What can I do? It's using up a lot of my memory!!!
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Hi Homeslice74,
Please download Revo Uninstaller. Once downloaded, install and run the application. Revo Uninstaller will populate all installed components on your computer. Find the program you want to remove and right click that program and select UNINSTALL. Just follow all necessary prompts given and you should be able to uninstall that program. Also, don't forget to reboot your computer once you've uninstalled the program to make sure it's removed. If you have any problems, please post back here.
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kdog79

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Hi,

I am experiencing the exact same problem. I followed the instructions concerning Revo Uninstaller and the program fails to show up...what now?
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DonnaB

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Hi kdog79,

Welcome to Geeks to go! :D

This is a really old thread that you found. May I ask that you start a new thread in the Software Forum under Applications.

Click here to do so--> Software Forum

Someone will be along to help you shortly.

Thank you,

Donna ;)

Edited by DonnaB, 04 January 2011 - 04:06 PM.

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