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Can't remove 'Error Repair Tool' from works laptop.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by rim rim, Oct 11, 2008.

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  1. rim rim

    rim rim Thread Starter

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    Hello friends, I'm in deep trouble.
    I installed 'Error Repair Tool' from: errorsrepair.com on my works laptop (against company rules) to clean up clutter, now I can't remove it. I need to remove it before the next company check in a few weeks time.
    I have tried Add Remove from the control panel without success. I have tried removal via Safe Mode and regedit, no success. I can't even remove the desktop icon.
    The laptop has an Administrators account which must be used by a manager to perform changes, so I guess that's why I can't remove the program.
    I have asked the program vendors how to remove it but they only suggest using 'Add Remove' from the Control Panel.
    Any suggestions would really be appreciated.
     
  2. techychick

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    Your best bet is to be straight forward and honest and tell your "company" what you did so that they can remove it. There really isn't any way around that...
     
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