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tree It happens to almost everyone, you use Add and Remove programs to uninstall a program and next time you go back the deleted program is still listed. The most likely cause is a incomplete uninstall or a badly written uninstaller. Here’s a way to get rid of that entry for good. All you need to do is a quick Registry edit.

Always create a System Restore Point before editing the Registry, as a save guard.

  1. Click the Start Button and choose Run.
  2. In the Run Dialog type in Regedit and click Ok.
  3. In the Registry editor Navigate to the following key.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Uninstall
  4. In the uninstall folder is all the programs that are listed in the Add and Remove programs utility. Click each entry and look in the right hand pane for the Display Name and under Data value will be the name of the program.
  5. Search for the offending program and and right click its folder and choose delete.
  6. Close the Registry editor and your done.

To see Screen shots for the process, Click the Read the rest of this entry link.

SCREEN SHOTS:

  1. Click the Start Button and choose Run.

    1

  2. In the Run Dialog type in Regedit and click Ok.

    2 

  3. In the Registry editor Navigate to the following key.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Uninstall

    3b 

  4. In the uninstall folder is all the programs that are listed in the Add and Remove programs utility. Click each entry and look in the right hand pane for the Display Name and under Data value will be the name of the program.

    3c

  5. Search for the offending program and and right click its folder and choose delete.

    3d 

  6. Close the Registry editor and your done.

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