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Thread: Removing A Program in Control Panel?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2002


    I just recently uninstalled Medal of Honor Allied Assult from my computer. The problem is that i deleted the folder and icons. I did this the wrong way. I did not go through the control panel to remove it. Now i cant install the game. I go the the control panel and the Medal of Honor Icon appears there with 3.16 MB left. When i hit remove it does supposidly but when i go back it appears again. I think this is the problem as to why i can't install the game.

    I have Windows XP Pro

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Central Alberta , Canada


    I am assuming that you are refering to finding your program in the add/remove screen and are unable to remove it from there? Might be that you may be more sucessful removing the files directly from their source: i.e. (assuming that you let the game install to default)---->my computer --->c:drive ---> program files--->medal of honor (or ea games then medal of honor). You may find an uninstall program within that file or you can delete the program itself. Be 100% sure of just what files it is that you are deleting when you do it this way and bear in mind that I am not a professional 'puter dude.
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  3. #3
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    Aug 2002


    On Win98 machines I have had this problem. You may need to go into the registry, Run -> regedit, and search for entries with the MOH title, and delete them. Just remember than when you mess with the registry, your messing with your computer working and it not working.
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