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Solved: Nod32 Eset Uninstall issues

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Kirsten7767, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. Kirsten7767

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    When I try and uninstall Eset, it tells me that I do not have sufficient privileges or administrative properties, I AM the admin... how do I get rid of it?! its taking up a stupid amount of space and refuses to update, activate, run or open.
     
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    Their Tech support has done nothing but make matters worse, the massive chunck of eset that was "apparently" removed REFUSES to leave my computer is running worse than my old computer did (the stupid thing was 22 years old and had less than 10gigs of TOTAL harddrive space avaliable) this is unacceptable I cant be doing homework much less entertain myself on my computer with it running like this. how do I get rid of a program that even the Eset remover wont remove?


    Note: I have tried using Revo, I have tried deleting registry keys pertaining to ESET and I have tried seek and destroy type deletion, but all come up with the same response "you do not have sufficient privileges/rights to remove/modify this file."
     
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