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How do I delete network magic from my hard drive. can not find this program in the remove/add software on the control panel

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  • savageml Dec 20, 2008

    Network Magic - same problem. I loaded it and printer stopped working and then 'network' headaches. I ran the magic program and it said it couldn't fix it and to order the full version for online help. What a complete crock of poop. Have unloaded it and spent hours going thru these sites looking for a silver bullet to kill Network 'junk' for good. It left traces of itself on my work laptop and my wife's laptop - i hadn't even loaded the network junk onto those laptops, but each time i boot them up, i have to manually reconnect via RJ45 - they will no longer connect wirelessly - only via hardwire hookup. I've already shut off the firewall, gone thru the registry, dll's. I have never come accross a more evil program. Having read the hundreds of posts, the folks that put this **** out should have gone out of business long ago.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    I have the same..But its a pain in the arse so im trying my best to delete it.

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1) Go to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Pure Networks\Setup

2) click on NmAppSetupInstaller_0.msi to run removal routine

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1. Go to services and stop all related (look for 'magic' and 'pure') services

2. run 'autorun' (look @sysinternals) and remove all startup entries related (look for 'magic' and 'pure')

3. use Revo Uninstaller (free!) to remove the program

4. if some dll's still remain in program files\pure networks\network magic remove them in save mode (F8 @ startup remember)

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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The software caused my printer to stop working, so I tried using the windows uninstall; but the software leaves traces of itself behind.

When openning or saving files, there's now a blank button where the software had installed an icon for itself (above the "desktop" and "my documents" buttons), and the printer still doesn't work (going to try re-installing it).

Has anyone been able to remove all trace that Network Magic was ever installed? Seriously considering a complete re-install of windows to fix the mess that software left behind here.


Posted on Oct 14, 2008

Can anyone help me, where is c:/documents and settings because i run vista and i cant see that path........? I cant get to it and i need to do it so i can resolve this issue too.... cheers.

My path s

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I'm in the same boat as #6. I'm running 64 bit Vista and can't find the path stated. I got rid of Network Magic fairly easily, but the empty files are still on my desktop, and it looks like I'm getting a reminder to purchase everytime I boot up the computer.

Posted on Mar 08, 2010

Download CCleaner, it's FREE, fast and easy to use. It has an option to remove applications which works great. It has many other helpful features as well.

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Go to: C:/program files and delete the software from there. or theirs this great tool called "Advanced Uninstaller Pro" worked wonders for me. Let me know what happens.

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In some rare instances, it may be necessary to remove all traces of iTunes, QuickTime, and related software components from your computer before reinstalling iTunes.
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