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Tages driver problem


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i jsut want it off my computer can anyone help me screen shot attached thank you for any help you can give me

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If you can't uninstall via device drivers.
Update them, http://www.tagesprot...age=minimum.htm
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do you know what programs even use this driver
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http://www.tagesprot...age=minimum.htm

it's copy protection
so-all of them

is this a company computer or your own personal computer?
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personal computer and i have never seen it on here before
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hm....it got on there somehow

will it let you update or uninstall the driver

open=control panel-system-advanced systen settings
click=hardware tab then device manager button
click=view-show hidden devices

is the driver there?
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Since Tagès is a software copy protection system, wouldn't attempting to remove it infringe on intellectual property rights? If so, according to GeeksToGo Term of Use, section 4.f., we are not allowed to post content that would help you remove the copy protection.
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yes true, looking for truth
that was as far as i was taking it
if the driver could be accessed and uninstalled as i laid out
it's not a very good protection
so i figure device manager is disabled
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