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Toolbar deletion program

Can't delete ASK&Record Toolbar 4.01 in Control Panel with add/remove tool. Fail message is 'invalid uninstall.xml file' (in C:Program Files directory) Any way to force it out other than buy a proprietary removal program? Thanks

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