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Delete unused shell things


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I had the programs ZipSplitter and Protection ID and after i deleted them they are still there in the shell integration. I dont want them there!! Is there a way i can get rid of them without reinstalling Windows?
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This is the manual method - run regedit.exe. Search for all instances of the word ZipSplitter and delete all found. Repeat process for the word ProtectionID. Make a restore point before doing it in case you delete something you shouldn't have. After removing entries, reboot.

Edited by pip22, 09 July 2005 - 10:28 AM.

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Allrite pip22 thanx ill go and do that.
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