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The Sims 3 - Razor1911 Final MAXSPEED

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I stupidly let a friend of mine download this file on my laptop and now I want to get rid of it and it won't go away! I've done everything. I deleted it off the desktop and then from the recycle bin. I run my security system on it, no virus or so it says. I uninstalled the two programs that helped get it on there. I deleted it from my c drive. It had even created it's own "f" drive so I deleted that too. But each and every time I go to the control panel to uninstall it, the install shield wizard comes up and stops because it has a error. I've rebooted it a few times too. Let's just say I'm not going to be doing this again. This is what it tells me:

An error (-5005 : 0x8000ffff) has occured while running this setup.
Please make sure you have finished any previous setup and closed other applications.
If the error still occurs, please contact your vendor.

Error Code: -5005 : 0x8000ffff
Error Information:
>Kernel\KernelMedia.cpp (95)
>SetupNew\setup.cpp (851)
PVENDOR:Electronic Arts (http://www.TheSims3.com)
@Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (6002)
IE Version: 9.0.8112.16421

Edited by cutiepie123, 24 January 2012 - 12:31 AM.

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Sorry this has taken so long. I just now have read this topic. If you still have the file on your computer, have you tried moveonboot to delete the file before the operating system loads?


Just read the help files till you understand what you are trying to do.

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