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Uninstalling Vistalizator

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I'm using windows 7 Home Premium. Since i'm living in Sweden it came as Swedish by my computer shopping which i really disapproved. Well long story short i had to use Vistalizator to use my Windows in English. But lately it became extremely annoying by "Not genuine Windows" pop up. It tabs me away from full screen applications and such. So, i want to get rid of this Vistalizator or the Error i'm receiving.
I tried to uninstall vistalizator by using some programs but i can't seem to find the program as an installed one. and i tried using "Pluspatch V6 Windows 7" to get rid of the errors but it just doesnt accept that i'm running the pc as administrator.
One more thing, please don't flag me for being silly, i even thought of just reinstalling Windows but i have another problem. The company i bought my computer from, they are so clever, put the cd keys as a sticker on my computer, the problem is that i forgot to note it down myself and the cd key (at least half of it) faded off. But i see the product code in the system, which would maybe work as a cd key when i wanna install windows or what can i do to get my cd keys really? When i tried to use customer support with the product key, it gave an error. Bah, please help :)

Thanks for reading!

Edited by Thenidiel, 19 August 2010 - 10:35 AM.

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