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Solved: Trouble Uninstalling Two Canon Programs
I'm trying to Uninstall, Canon MovieEdit Task for ZoomBrowser EX (and) Canon Utilities PhotoStitch 3.1, but I can't. I get a message that sais the unintall is finished but it's not because I still have the program. I also noticed that the proccess bar during the time the software is being uninstalled, skippes the whole bar. How do I fix this problem?
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02-May-2005, 08:33 PM #7
Have you tried uninstalling the programs by going to c:\programs and checking if their is an uninstaller in the MovieEdit and ZoomBrowser program folder??

Failing that you may have to consider manually uninstalling them in Safe Mode in the c:\program files and then running a respected registry cleaner such as RegSupreme or EasyCleaner and deleting registry entries that reference the specific programs you are trying to uninstall. Always prudent to set a Restore Point prior to using a registry cleaner and using the backup function in the registry cleaner.

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02-May-2005, 10:13 PM #8
Yes, I tryed both ways, from the folder and from the Add/Remove programs list. How do I remove it?
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02-May-2005, 11:52 PM #9
Have you tried going into Safe Mode, finding the folders for the MovieEdit and ZoomBrowser programs in c:\programs and deleting the folders for the programs?? If you choose to go this route, probably wouldn't hurt to do a search for MovieEdit and ZoomBrowser files after deleting the folders for those programs and deleting those files you find. Leave the deleted folders and files in the Recycle Bin for a few days just in case you need to restore them because of problems created by their deletion.

After deleting the folders and any files you find, as indicated in earlier post, a registry clean of MovieEdit and Zoom Browser entries would be advised after first creating a System Restore point and using the backup in the registry cleaner you use.

From your post, sounded like you tried using the uninstaller you found in the program folders for MovieEdit and ZoomBrowser.

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How did this problem first occure?
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04-May-2005, 04:33 PM #14
Yah, I removed it that way, but how did this problem first occure?
From what?
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04-May-2005, 07:12 PM #15
It's always helpful to find out that the problem posted has been solved.

You probably should make a new post that is asking your second question about how your inital problem may have occurred.
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