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#1 Gibnara

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Posted 31 December 2005 - 04:03 PM

I am pulling my hair out trying to delete an old version of NAV corporate. :rant2: I am wondering what a good third party uninstaller is that I can use to really get rid of unwanted software. This NAV is showing as removed from my add/remove programs, but it keeps showing back up every so often and erroring out when I try to remove it. All the software is still there, in navnt directory. I don't want to just start willy nilly deleting files, I would really like a solid program uninstaller! Ideas?

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Posted 01 January 2006 - 06:33 AM

"Your Uninstaller" is, bar none, the best application for uninstalling software. It will catch all those hidden reg entries. However.. you are talking about uninstalling NAV. In order to do this and do it correctly.... you first need a phone... and a couple of hours. Call them up and let them tell you how/were to find/get-rid-of NAV remnants because its the only way its going to happen.

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