I installed a game named the guild 2 it did not work in my computer so i tried deleting it by uninstall but when i clicked the tab the computer automatically restarted so i tried manually deleting then also the computer restarted how to delete those files please help me as early as possible
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I have this game, BUT this never happened. I would recommend going into the main file in program files. Then I would search "Uninstall". It should come up with something such as Uninstall.exe or uninstall ****.exe. If thats what you tried to do, then try going in Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > WAIT PATIENTLY > click Jedi Knight Jedi Academy > Uninstall. LONG READ: If you tried doing both, then just delete the entire folder from both My Documents > Games or My Games or [Company Name]*> [Company Name]* or Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. Then delete that folder. Do the same thing with program files, It might look a little different. SHORT READ: Overall just delete both folders from both My Documents and Program Files. * - Company name could be Raven Software.
Try running the program first and seeing if there is any option to remove it that way. If there is not, then you will have to delete all the program data manually. Enter the C:// drive and look for a file called Program Files. Look for the folder with the name of the program or the program's publisher. If you find the program's, delete the folder and if your find the publisher, enter that folder and delete the program's folder. Some newer systems have Program Files (x86) or (x64), so check there too. Also, turn on viewing of hidden files. Depending on your operating system, there are multiple ways to do this, google "Viewing hidden files in (insert operating system)". After these are revealed, go back to the C:// drive and enter Documents and Settings, followed by your username. A folder should now be seen which is a lighter color and looks different from others name Application Data. Enter this hidden file and delete the Program folder or enter publisher then delete the program folder. I hope this helps and apologize if it does not, -Robert
restart the PC don't open any thing open add and remove there try to remove...if its not working ...first delet the game folder where you installed ...and try .... to uninstall ... if its not working....... goto run type regedit...>enter...> in registry editer open hkey-local machine then software..>then delet the folder named as as your game..... (becare full if you delet any other thing you have to reinstall the application or full os)
You would probably hve had to first deinstall Asians and then AoE 3...
What you can do now is manually deinstall it. It works like this:
1: Go to the folder where the game is installed (program files by default) and delete that folder.
2: open run in the start menu, type 'regedit' and hit enter.
3: A window opens. Every HKEY folder in it has a SOFTWARE folder. In one of these software folders there should be a folder that is named like the company that made the game, so for AoE 3 I believe that is microsoft.
4: Delete the Age of Empires folder in it if there are multiple Microsoft program installed. If AoE is the only prgram, delete the Microsoft folder.
5: Your deinstallation is finished!
I hope this helps,
I tried all the "decent" uninstall solutions like running HP's Level 1-4 Uninstall batch files. HP's installation software still insisted that parts were already installed. Then, with the scanner connected, the installation software got into competition with Windows also trying to install the driver. The reinstallation was no good. Solution Center wouldn't even start, preposterously announcing that it couldn't find the scanner!
When you have a reliable clone of your c:\ drive you can try daring solutions. Such as this: 1. Search the c:\ drive for files and folder with "Hewlett" or "HP" in their names. Kill them all. 2. Search the registry for keys with "Hewlett" visible or buried. Kill them all.
After 1 & 2, reinstallation worked smoothly. And my computer still works! The only evidence of the violence is an undeletable file 3963d.rbf now in c:\Config.Msi. I will report back if serious computer problems arise.
The point is that manual uninstall is possible and none of the elements are in hidden places. Someone else can determine whether both file and key deletions are necessary and exactly which ones.
You can try removing the game from the Add and Remove Programs from the
Control Panel, but if it does not get uninstall from there or if it
gives you any kind of error messages you can try the below mentioned.
Clear temp files1. Click “Start”, click “Run”, type” %temp%” in
the Open box, and then click OK. (If the "Run" option is unavailable press the "Windows Key" and "R" (The "Windows key" is between "ctrl" and "alt" keys on your keyboard.) 2. On
the" Edit menu, click Select All. 3. On the File menu, click Delete, and then click Yes to All. Delete the game Folder 1. Click Start, and then click Search or “Find or
Search". NOTE: If you are using Microsoft Windows 98, click "Files or
Folders", and if you are using Microsoft Windows XP, click "All files
and folders". 2. in the Named box or the "All or part of the
file name" box, type Warcraft or Blizzard. 3. In the "Right pane" box, select all
the game related files and delete them.
Uninstallthe game from
registry WARNING: Using Registry
Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall
your operating system Make
sure you delete keys only related to Warcraft or Blizzard . 1. Click on “Start” and click on “Run” type
“regedit”. 2. Click on [+] Sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and
locate Software and click on [+] Sign next to it. 3. Now, press "ctrl + f" (to search) and type the
game name (Warcraft or Blizzard). 4. Delete all the keys and folders associated with
the game that would be displayed in the column to the left. 5. Press “F3” on your keyboard to re-search for
different entries for the game. 6. Then exit the Registry Editor and restart the
machine for the changes to take effect.
If you wish to downgrade to XP you'll need to purchase an XP disk and then do a reformat on your computer. As far as being able to completely remove all of the files from the Sims 2 from your pc... Login to Windows as your Administrator or primary ID Go to your "Start" Menu Go to "Control Panel" Go to "Programs and Features" Single click on the Sims 2 At the top of the folder next to "Organize" and "Views" it will say "Uninstall/Change" Click on "Uninstall/Change" it will ask you if you also want to delete all saved games. click yes then follow any further prompts it gives you. This should solve your problem for you.