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Old 05-05-2017, 11:30 AM   #17
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hugh: You have to be able to select with the Hunter icon something that at one time was associated with what you want it to track down and remove

>>Like I just removed Nero with Windows Uninstaller but I'm sure it is not completely gone (as happened the other day) so I type in Nero ..

One approach to that sort of situation is to (re)install the software using the same installation options you used the first time (same installation folder, etc.), reboot to make sure the install has completed and then use Revo to uninstall using their advanced (or medium) "depth" options to get it all rooted out.

I use Nero (Nero6Ultra) and did a custom install so that I only installed the stuff I was going to use--Nero has way too much crapware but the I like the basic burning portion of the software. When I had my first Win7 system custom built, I rooted around on ebay and found a more current version of Nero (11 is memory serves) but decided to see if Nero6 would install and it did so I've used it ever since on each succeeding Win7 system and the newer version is floorware...'-}}

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