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itsjustme99

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i have heard this problem is very common, i did a search through My Computer to show up everything that has to do with the software i want to uninstall...shall i delete everything that showed up?

or is there a different approach i can try??

Edited by itsjustme99, 10 October 2005 - 02:18 AM.

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Often add/remove programs dose not clean up all the files that belonged to the program, it dose remove it form the regestry though. I often have to delete the left over files.
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Maybe you could tell us which program you want to uninstall.
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thanks for your help... ive deleted the remaining files that werent automatically deleted from Add/Remove and the problem is solved

thanx again
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