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Add/Remove Programs Every time I try to uninstall this c-media program/driver, it still appears in the add/remove programs list. How do I completely get rid of it so that it wont show up anymore?

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Hi,

Try this: click start>right click my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager>network adapters>choose the device you want to get rid and click on un-install. Go back to add/remove and see its still there. If not great, if so you may have to go around your pc and manually delete every thing that's associated with this device. One other thing you may try is to reinstall the original software and then try to remove it through add/remove by reinstalling you set the software back at its defaults and restore missing of corrupt files. This should restore the un-install file you need to completely un-install the device your try to get rid of.

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