I purchased/installed this game about two years ago. I thought I had uninstalled it, but it still shows up in my add/remove programs list. It also says it is a program that is used daily. When I try to uninstall it again, it does nothing. I can't find the game ANYWHERE else on the laptop, but it uses 3,800mb of memory at all times! Please help me remove it completely! Thank you!
I had the same problem. Googled my problem and found free download software called "Revo Uninstaller."
1st step - download "Revo Uninstaller" 100% freebie
2nd step - Select Advanced scan per it will delete any leftover files, I believe the selection will default to "moderate", but select Advanced - it states that it's slower but it went pretty quickly. the next steps are just sequences of selecting "next". it will show you what it found before selecting deleting for the leftover files - the file was in bold text, which was an alpha numeric title - ex. 74C55......... Be sure to check this box. It's pretty easy and it works. I went to the Add/Remove folder and the Disney Magic Dress Up was no where in sight.
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I did some research as well. Apparently the game counts days not only using the time/date on your computer, but also only when you close down and restart the program. For example, if you leave the game on for two days, the game thinks it is that same day. I would try to close the game down completely and then reopen it. Hopefully that will put the kittens in your nursery.
Download the MS Magical Jelly Bean Key Finder (click here) some virus scanner show this as a virus (it is a false positive). You can also download Product Key from Nirsoft (Click here). Once again this may show as a virus but it is also a false positive. If you upload and scan these at an online virus scanner such as Virustotal.com or virusscan.jotti.org, you will notice entries such as "not-a-virus:PSWTool.Win32.ProductKey". This is because thats what the program does and they are warning you in the case that you didn't put that password tool on your system. This is a legit option if you are searching on a machine you own. Hope this was helpful.
First check if the cd is dirty, scratched or damaged. If this is the case then you can try polishing the scratches out with a soft cloth and liquid metal polish (only polish the side away from the foil/label and try to only polish the scratched area) don't worry about removing scratches completely - start with the worst, then try the disk again - it might just work.
If this doesn't help then try the disk in another machine or another disk drive. if it now seems to work then although your drive may seem to work on other things it is probably getting tired.
I am assuming that you purchased the game and have a legal copy. If not then that is likely to be the problem as the software protection will not allow you to play the game without the correct CD. If you downloaded the file for the Dogz part, try burning it to CD as an image file (Check your burning software for details) and try running the game with that in the drive.
If that doesn't work, then you are able to disable the CD protection file yourself if you have purchased the game so you don't have to have a CD in each time you want to play.
and search for dogz or petz and download the appropriate crack for your version.
find the install directory where the game is installed(usually c:\program files\ubisoft\petz) and then copy the crack into this directory, and say yes when it asks if you wish to replace the slightly larger file - now the game should work.
Please ask for more details if you are unsure how to proceed with this and I am happy to oblige.
Have you turned off any virus protection/spyware protection before you re-installed? Make sure the program is uninstalled in add/remove programs. Check for any spyware or viruses on the machine.
Let me know what happens.