In the Control Panel, Programs and Features section, you should be able to uninstall any program from there. It doesn't do the best job of cleaning out the registry files but it will uninstall the software.I have a 64 bit win.7 system.but im running a 32 bit nvidia uninstaller how can i get the 64 bit uninstaller working, this is a problem cause i cant uninstall some programs,
Actually Revo doesn't have to be installed before the program was installed but you must install Revo before you run the Program-to-be-removed's uninstall; in fact you need to uninstall it through Revo rather than from the Windows add/remove programs or the Program-to-be-removed's uninstall icon/link.I thought that with an uninstall program (Like revo or such) you had to have it (the uninstall program ) installed BEFORE you install other programs .. or the "uninstallers" wont recognize the programs that you want it to ..
Revo does not have to be on the computer when the program is INstalled but Revo must be installed before you try to UNINstall the program. There is no monitoring by Revo of the programs INstall but it watches the UNINstall and then searches for leftovers.That to me, in a way, says ... you have to have Revo(or any unistaller program) installed BEFORE you install the program you want to later install.
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