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How to invalid entries?

I removed some of my programs. but they are still on my computer. i don't want to format my computer. Is there any possibilities that i can remove those entries without any registery helper or something like that?

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  • zul1982_2004 Nov 05, 2008

    When I used ccleaner, it said that there are 512 invalid entries. So i tried to remove all of them and they couldn't be removed.
    I used add/remove program from control panel. But still there are some programs that are not used. I don't how to remove/delete them. there are a lot of uninstallers. Which one is better? is there easy one to use?

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    did you use the add and remove porgram from the control panel??

    or you just deleted them??

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Hi frcs68, There is a software called YOUR UNINSTALLER, It will uninstall any program you have on your computer, and if there are any remnants of earlier programs left on your computer that your Control Panel doesn't list, It will find them too. Good Luck.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

  • Rick Drew Nov 05, 2008

    Yeah,, send me your e-mail address and i'll send you the program. don't forget to rate my service at Fixya.

  • Rick Drew Nov 05, 2008

    I forgot to add my e-mail, let me know your the one who wants the Uninstaller.

    a-tripod@hotmail.com

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