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Help removing Business Plan Pro 4.0

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Deleted Business Plan Pro 4.0 via Add/Remove Programs. Most of the stuff associated with this program deleted fine. Now when I boot up I get an error saying the system can't find Business Plan Pro 4.0Msi and then Error 1706. Deleted BPP 4.0 in registry as well and the error keeps coming. Any thoughts?
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First go to C:/Program files and look to see it all the files are removed if not delete them. Then go and download RegCleaner install and open it and click on the software tab and tick all items in the list that refer to the program and then fine the button that says remove selected and follow any prompts. If you sill have the error click on the start menu and click Run and type "msconfig" with out the quotes and select the start up tab and untick any thing that refers to that program. Remember it you tick or untick any thing in RegCleaner or System Configuration Utility that I have not told you to you will have other problems. And a tip do not use the Add/Remove programs because it leaves thing behind. it is better to find the uninstall for that program if it has one and use that. Good luck.
Michael Buckley

Edited by Michael Buckley, 12 July 2005 - 08:12 PM.

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