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Can not uninstall PictureProject

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Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit SP2
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+
NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

So here is the problem. Today I tried to uninstall Picture Project from Nikon ( the camera company) .
When I go to Control Panel > Uuninstall a program > And click uninstall

This window pops up .


>SetupDLL\SetupDLL.cpp (439)
@Windows XP Service Pack 2 (2600) BT_OTHER 29522.30497


So then I press OK, and another window pops up.

InstallShield Wizard

Setup has experienced an error.

Please do the following:
- Close any running programs
- Empty your temporary folder
- Check your Internet connection (Internet-based Setups)

Then try to run the Setup again.
Error code: -5001

Then I press OK.

First there are no running programs open.
& I just empty the temp folder
and the internet is fine.

I tried to go to the PictureProject file, and run the uninstall program, but that didnt work. I noticed it was a Shortcut. So I was curious where the main one is. But when I right click and clicked Open File Location; it took me to System 32 C: windows / system 32
and the file was called rundll32 .

Soo. I was wondering if I could just delete all the Picture Project files from the files/registry/hidden files and if that would remove it from my computer.
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