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You should try using Revo Uninstaller for a forced uninstall. Note that your account must have Administrative privileges before performing uninstallation or it will likely terminate with an error.
Click here to download Revo. Its free.
After you install Revo, run it from desktop and let it take time to enlist installed programs. Click on Ad-aware and select the advanced option. If there is still an error try installing it again and remove it using Revo afterward. Let me know how it went. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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