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Want to delete philips fun cam

Wont let me delte, its running all the time and slows down my computer, ive tried several ways including add and remove

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Try opening task manager (control, alt, delete) and stopping this program before you delete it. Subsequently, you can go to "My Computer" or "Computer" in Vista, then to your hard drive and delete the program from there. I've done this with many hard to remove programs, including spyware.

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Go to Start, Control Panel, System, Select the "Hardware" tab then "Device Manager"
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At the Control Panel Box select ADD/ REMOVE programsScan the list for any Wacom tablet software that may be installed and remove it by again left click once to highlight then select REMOVE
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To delete pictures from your mp3 you can delete that by view it and there is option there you can chose to delete. There is another way to delete pictures, plug your mp3 to your computer. Once your mp3 are detected you need to open to folder of the pictures in your mp3. Once you have already open and see the pictures. You can select the pictures which is you want to delete, right click and delete. If you want to delete it all, just press control A "it means Control All" and delete.

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I want to delete philips web cam and it wont let me,, seems its always working and slowing down my computer bad,, it wont let me in add and removew progrmas


Hi Pexxva,

I know this might sound crazy, but I want you to re-install the software. Yeah, that's right. Reinstall the software. Then restart your computer. Now try to go to uninstall programs and it will work.

Thanks for coming to FixYa. If you have anymore questions, you can leave me a comment. I'll check back to make sure you're ok.
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