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Uninstall several program help

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by dalt, Sep 23, 2003.

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  1. dalt

    dalt Thread Starter

    Apr 13, 2003

    A few years back when i had just started playing with comps as a newbie i incorrectly deleted program files instead of uninstalling them correctly. I just deleted the program files instead of using add / rem progs in control panel.

    I want to uninstall them correctly but my problem is that i dont have the uni. (uninstall) parts of the programs anymore.

    Do you know of any software that will help me remove several programs completely from my system .(without the uni. files)

    I know i can reinstall the programs and then use control panel to remove them correctly but this will takes ages as there are a few programs.

    Most uninstall managers require the original uni. file from the original programs but as mentioned these have been deleted.

    Help PLEASE!!!
  2. wizzkid


    Jan 7, 2003

    Download the trial version of norton utillities, then you will be able to delete all the surplus crap ect. on your comp plus give it a check over to make sure it is all working correctly, this prog cleans things like redundant reg entries, dead shortcuts, files that have nothing to do with anything, just like the remnants of a old prog.....


    Scroll down the page to Norton Utillities Download.

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