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RGSS-RTP Standard Removal Help Needed

Discussion in 'Games' started by PressStart, Nov 3, 2008.

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    I'm trying to remove this "RGSS-RTP Standard" from my Add / Remove Programs list, and while browsing numerous pages throughout Google, I get the same result - it's related to the RPG Maker XP - Postality Knights Edition. You also need it to play the games or something similiar to that effect.

    While browsing Google (back to the Google subject) I managed to find a page here on this site referencing to this problem but it was closed, and saying if you're having this same problem, register and post a thread. So this is what I'm doing.

    I have no more references to RPG Maker XP or any development tool, I've done numerous repetitive searches for a creation tool as well as something relating to the name RGSS-RTP Standard (Examples: "RGSS", "RTP", "Standard") and nothing comes up relating to that.

    When I go in the Add / Remove programs list, the buttons listed once I actually go into the uninstall program thing brings up Japanese text which I don't understand and I don't have anyone that could translate it.

    The only thing that shows up during the "installation" is this message at the very end in English saying, "Fatal Error during Installation".

    I'm running Windows XP Pro by the way, and this RGSS thing has been listed on my computer for as long as I can remember.

    Not really sure on what else I can help out with information.

    Thanks for the help though.
     
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    I was hoping that you guys would be able to help me out by now like your site seemed to explain so well, but it's been a while and not even one response. Just 50 views and that's all.
     
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