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Tried to delete under programs and to delete under computor settings but doesn'work. Is there a special program or registry that has to go?
Uninstall Realplayer and it will go. Reinstall Realplayer and tick the box saying No Cloud.
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try using the instructions here from Microsoft .. I know you are able to boot but this will allow you to return your registry files
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Hello, you would not want to remove something from the registry editor to uninstall something, One thing you can do it to locate the folder the program is installed, this will commonly be the C drive and then the Program Files folder, inside there you should see the folder name that matches with the program your looking for, inside you may find an uninstall file there. If not you can delete the folder but it may cause startup issues.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
I would reinstall the operating system just for the fact you bought it from an untrusted source (ebay). You never know what they could have installed or what settings they could have changed. I am looking at this from a security point of view. Not all rouge programs will be caught with a virus scan. They could of also set up legit windows applications to allow remote access at a later time. From your description, this computer does not seem to be anywhere near "default" or factory condition.
After a reinstall, try updating your BIOS again and see if that cpu driver still exists. You have already tried my tricks for running programs that want admin rights even when logged into an admin account...well most of them anyways.
Here are two other routes to try.
1.Update the BIOS before windows loads, don't use a windows based program. Do it from the command line.
2. Enable the default administrator account (if disabled) and log into it and try your software from that account. This account is visabled when you boot into safe mode.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Try to loggin with another user,i suggest you to make a new administrator account and use that account,not the old one
go to Control Panel to make a new account
and if it's still happen,you can reinstall the operating system
just post a comment for this solution if you need more detail
Posted on Aug 29, 2012
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