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Cannot uninstall I cannot uninstall Creatacard Platinum 8. I tried to use the Add / Remove Programs on Control Panel. When I select Yes for "Do you want to completely remove", it goes back to showing the Creatacard Installed Programs.

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Click "Add or Remove Programs."

3Select "Blue Coat K9 Web Protection" from the list that appears.

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    Depending on your operating system you will need to get to add remove programs from there you will choose the selected program and click uninstall or remove, it may prompt you with some questions just answer them to your preference to continue. Be sure to restart your system if it doe not do it on its own.

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    I'm trying to remove the creatacard program off my computer and I cant do it I've tried to go to the add and remove programs and it wont let me do it please help


    If you know the path where it wa sinstalled go to the folder and just delete the folder where it was installed. Most programs are Installed into a folder in C:/Program Files
    Look there and find the folder you want and delete it. Even if the program still shows up in the "add or remove" menu, it is actually deleted and wont take up anymore space on your hardrive.

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