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Thread: Trouble removing items from add/remove programs?




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    Good Afternoon dudes : peace: .

    How do you remove something from the add/remove programs when it gets stuck in there? What I mean Is, even after un-installing it, its still there when i reboot and I cant update the software :cry: .

    Something in the registry to edit I think, cant remember which key it is though :confused: :confused: :confused:

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    Use regcleaner. Under Options choose Uninstall Menu>Show All Software. Then go to the Uninstall tab and select the item(s) you want. Then either click Uinstall to uninstall the item, or Remove Selected to remove it's entry in the Add/Remove programs list.

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    Thanks very much dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    Yes, RegCleaner pwns. :afro:
    pwns? :confused:
    and wat will be that?
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