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DVD@ccess 2.0.3 - Remove

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Greetings Geeks,
I`m not sure I`m in the right place for this because it probably is not Malware but simply an improper installation.
I was ckecking out a new instructional DVD I bought and I was asked to install DVD@ccess 2.0.3 It could not install normally and indicated that some special process was necessary for win xp compatibility. Not being very familiar with Win 7 yet I just went ahead and clicked on the special installation. Whups. Shouldn`t have done that. I see now that there is a Win 7 updated version of this Apple software.

The Geeks site has seen this before


so I`ll just copy this description from April 2010 because it is precisely my problem.

I've downloaded a software that has added the above to my laptop programs (Windows 7). It will not let me uninstall it. When I click on the uninstall in my programs remove it trys to load with the installation wizard then gives me a message that it's not compatible with Windows 7. It doesn't seem to be causing me any problems other than when I reboot it gives me the message, very annoying.

But after the logs were posted the thread ended abruptly without any furthur reply.

This does not seem to be a serious issue but as was mentioned ... it is indeed annoying.

Would sure appreciate the help.

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Um ... geeks?

It`s been about ten days now.

Anybody home?

Or is my problem in the wrong forum?

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