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CuteFTP 8 Home uninstall


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uncwj83

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I thought I had uninstalled CuteFTP 8 Home months ago, but I was doing some cleanup in Add/Remove Programs and noticed that it still appears in the list of programs, showing that it is taking up 4.65 GB of hard disk space.

After trying to uninstall through Add/Remove Programs, I was presented with the following error message:

"Not all user data could be deleted. It may be locked by the system. \r C:\Documents and Settings\xxxxx\Application Data\GlobalSCAPE"

Note: "xxxxx" substituted for my name.

I tried rebooting in safe mode and trying the same method of removing the program, but got the same error message. It seems strange considering that I can't find the folder "GlobalSCAPE" in the Application Data folder.

If this is just an error and the program is really gone, then I guess there isn't a problem; but, if it is actually still there and is taking up almost a tenth of my disk space then I need to get it removed. Any help would be appreciated.

My system information is below if needed:

Dell Inspiron I9300
Intel® Pentium® M Processor 1.60 GHz
399 MHz, 512 MB of RAM
Windows XP Professional, Version 2002, SP 2

Edited by uncwj83, 27 July 2009 - 02:45 PM.

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