\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall, and deleted the key for the program I wanted to uninstall. I have rebooted, gone to the control panel/add_delete programs, and it still shows in the list of programs, but it does not have an option to remove it. It just says, "Used ocassionally" delete, I get the message that a previous version of this software must be removed
I would like to remove an Autocad program from my computer. Unfortunately, it is on the Remove/Change Programs list, nor does it appear to have an uninstall component (that I can find). How can I get rid of this space andCheck the documentation or contact the manufacturer for uninstall information. If parts were deleted removing the uninstall option,
to be no way of disabling this message. I searched the internet and there are several places that describe how to remove autostart programs but none that I've found describe the apparent consequence of doing so. Also I have never added anything to the list of autostart programs, it seems that the likes of HP, AOL, etc etc somehow insinuate themselves there and I now have a start-up
't start, and somehow I was able to open the computer using ME. All of my old ME files and programs were on there. Now my hard drive is full and I have old programs that will not uninstall including MS Works and Money. I've tried using Norton Clean Sweep and still can't remove some. Can't even find the ME stuff now, but it's obviously still on there. Does anyone know
delete O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [P2P Networking2] C:\WINDOWS\System32 \P2P Networking\P2P Networking2.exe /AUTOSTART with hyjackthis but when I reboot its back redefined. Ive tried sp2 windows security center / firewall/ . I've tried regedit and deleted it and rebooted and its re-defined. How do I remove this from boot up, without un-installing kazaa?I'm answering my own post for anyone
file? Obviously there is the same issue you mention but how do I otherwise correct what's left. For example, with a game program that was deleted via Windows Explorer, the "Remove Programs" utility still shows the program, even though it's not functional. I'm concerned about what it's doing to the function of my other files and the
from my computer - When I go to add/remove programs, the old programs I want to remove appear but I don't have an option to remove them! Is there another way to remove these old programs????Open Explorer and navigate to the folder containing the program you want to remove. Look for a file with the name uninstall.exe, or unins.exe or anything that may look like it starts unins*.*. Click
I have a few programs that won't remove when I try to in add/remove programs. One of them just freezes when I hit the remove button and the other just blinks like I hit refresh. No problem removing other programs. Is there another way to remove these?Hi, Try this. Last line. http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/category05
I have several old programs installed on Windows XP and can't remove them using the add/remove installed programs because it will ask for the disk and I don't have it. Can they be removed any other way?Some applications need the disk to uninstall. Check the application manufacturers website or check a form for users of that application.
"108Search" which everytime I try to delete nothing happens. Now I have two questions: 1. How can I identify adware from vital programs? (apart from the really obvious ones!) 2. How can I safely remove those adware programs? Can anyone please help me?Unexplained computer behavior may be caused by deceptive software http://support.microsoft.com/?id=827315 Download Ad-aware SE and
that have attached themselves to my startup program. I can see them when I view the startup programs list, but cannot figure out how to delete or remove them. Each time I run my virus protection program (McAfee) they are detected and I delete them, however since they are attached to my startup, they come back every time I turn on the computer.DOWNLAOD AD-AWARE 6.1 OR
them and they are just making my list longer. TonySperHow to Manually Remove Programs from the Add or Remove Programs Tool http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;314481 Lots of info on Add or Remove Programs here http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_a.htm#addremove Remove invalid entries in Add/Remove Programs http://windowsxp.mvps.org/AddRemove.htmThanks Wesley. Will look at them
(Norton Antivirus 2003) then installed Norton Antivirus 2004, but Norton Antivirus 2003 still shows up in the add/remove program list. Now I can't uninstall the live update or live reg. programs form Norton. How do I get it removed from the list and computer so I can move forward? Please help!!!Hi Morgan, This WORKS! You need to completely cleanse your computer of all remnants
I have tried to remove certain programs from add/remove in control panel. There are some I can't remove at all. Norton Antivirus and Panda Software are 2 particular ones computer without antivirus software running at all times. However, it is a mistake to use two antivirus software programs at the same time. This will actually make your computer more vulnerable to infection, not less. So
't find the install.ini file, what can i do about thisThe install.log/uninstall.log/.ini usually contains the uninstallation information about a program. When you remove a program from Add/Remove Programs, the log files come into play and remove the corresponding software entries from the registry and the files in the hard disk. If the LOG/INI files are missing, you may need to reinstall the
for? Is it something I need or can they be deleted?You should not be tempted to "uninstall" any "Hotfixes" listed in the Add or Remove Programs section. They are listed there in the event your computer does not function properly after they are installed. Uninstalling them will uninstall the actual patches which were downloaded and installed from the Windows
recently gone into my control panel to remove several programs but I seem to have some residual files and folders left over. Some of programs I removed in the control panel and deleted them from the control panel? I currently run Windows XP.Hi there, A lot of programs leve behind residual programs after un-installation This is usually for one of two reasons: 1. The files were created after
How do I remove programs that autostart (show up as icon on the "start" status bar) when I boot up my pc?Rhonda, simply go to Start>Run type: msconfig Select Startup and uncheck any programs you don't want running at Startup. Here's a good little program that resides in the Control Panel and is Free http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/13/7/13-7-9.
sites. Then they send information about you, such as your surfing habits, from your computer through the Internet or deliver pop-up ads. Since these programs run in the background, they eat up system resources and slow your computer down. To remove these programs you can do the following: Run a virus scan with an up-to-date antivirus software package such as Norton's, McAfee'
/Services tah are actually loaded and running on the PC. The Services module just shows all of the available services and what their current status is. The Control panel/Add or Remove Programs list simply shows all of the programs that are installed, not the programs that are currently running. Go to Start/Run and type msconfig and click OK. Click the Start Up Tab to see all of the