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Hi I am trying to uninstall system mechanic and get this error message C;\program Filies\iolo\System Mechanic\unins000.msg is missing. Please correct the problem or obtain a new copy of the program. Can you help me

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"the component IoloSystemService" Error on Iolo System Mechanic Pro


The "the component IoloSystemService" Error message shows up due improper installation of the System Mechanic Pro. Some of the Iolo dependencies failed to get activated and that is the problem.

Now the only solution to fix it is to follow a thorough uninstallation of the System Mechanic Pro.

For WinXP, you can uninstall it from the "Add or Remove Programs".

Next, once its unistalled do not RESTART the PC.

Now, go to the Registry (press "windows" + R to open the run command and type "regedit").

OR

Click the Windows start button and select RUN. Type REGEDIT on the openfield.

On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_CURRENT_USER by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
Close the Registry Editor.
Click Start>My Computer and then navigate to your Local Disk (usually the C: drive) then Program Files\iolo\System Mechanic Professional.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm.

on Jun 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can't start iolo system mechanic because iolosystemservice is missing.


Have you tried re installing the software.
Uninstall, run a program like CCleaner, run its registry cleanup.
install the program, i would run the setup file as administrator.
If you still have problems, get back in touch and we will try something else

Aug 12, 2010 | Iolo Technologies System Mechanic: Windows

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I have uninstalled and reinstalled many times per iolo instructions and still get this message "the component"iolo system service" is required for system mechanic to operate properly and could not be...


These problem usually occur when you are using a trial versions that have expired or a "half-cracked" version of a software. In order to reinstall the program you have to do some Registry editing. If you are a "novice" don't try to edit the registry, any errors you may make might render your system unbootable. (Do at your own risk)

Alternatively you can use a commercial uninstaller like 'final installer' or 'perfect uninstaller', etc...an many more in the market. Reinstall the program and use the uninstallers to remove the program and its remnats from the registry.

Jun 13, 2010 | Iolo Technologies System Mechanic...

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My System Mechanic Professional not is too good: "the component"iolosystenservice" is required for System Mechanic Professional to operate properly and could not be started please let me know some...


The "the component IoloSystemService" Error message shows up due improper installation of the System Mechanic Pro. Some of the Iolo dependencies failed to get activated and that is the problem.

Now the only solution to fix it is to follow a thorough uninstallation of the System Mechanic Pro.

For WinXP, you can uninstall it from the "Add or Remove Programs".

Next, once its unistalled do not RESTART the PC.

Now, go to the Registry (press "windows" + R to open the run command and type "regedit").

OR

Click the Windows start button and select RUN. Type REGEDIT on the openfield.

On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_CURRENT_USER by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
Close the Registry Editor.
Click Start>My Computer and then navigate to your Local Disk (usually the C: drive) then Program Files\iolo\System Mechanic Professional.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm.

May 19, 2010 | Iolo Technologies System Mechanic: Windows

1 Answer

Program won't start. Get message "the component IoloSystemService" is required for system mechanic to operate properly and could not be found. System Mech 9.5.6 is installed and looks good. Running XP,...


The "the component IoloSystemService" Error message shows up due improper installation of the System Mechanic Pro. Some of the Iolo dependencies failed to get activated and that is the problem.

Now the only solution to fix it is to follow a thorough uninstallation of the System Mechanic Pro.

For WinXP, you can uninstall it from the "Add or Remove Programs".

Next, once its unistalled do not RESTART the PC.

Now, go to the Registry (press "windows" + R to open the run command and type "regedit").

OR

Click the Windows start button and select RUN. Type REGEDIT on the openfield.

On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_CURRENT_USER by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
On the left-hand side, expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE by clicking the + symbol next to the entry.
Expand Software.
Expand the iolo folder.
Navigate to the System Mechanic Professional folder.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm the deletion.
Close the Registry Editor.
Click Start>My Computer and then navigate to your Local Disk (usually the C: drive) then Program Files\iolo\System Mechanic Professional.
Right-click on the System Mechanic Professional folder and select Delete.
Click Yes to confirm.

Reinstall the System Mechanic Pro

Mar 06, 2010 | Iolo Technologies System Mechanic: Windows

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Error message"iolosystem"service is required to operate and could


I have the same issue where ioloSystemService is required... on a 64bit Vista Home Premium system. Iolo Tech (NO) Support's solution is for me to pay them another $200 dollars so their Certified Microsoft Systems Engineer can look at my system (no guarantee it will work after he looks at it either) or take it to Best Buy, Geeksquad, or Staples and pay them $300 dollars to look at it. It's a shame because I have been using their product since the first beta version. I guess they have just gotten too big for their own good because they sure do not care about the customer.

Jan 03, 2010 | Iolo Technologies System Mechanic: Windows

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Cannot uninstall ''IOLO system mechanic pro 7''



   sounds awkward I would try burning all your important files to CDs or DVDs to keep them safe and then rolling back changes using system restore- start - all programs-- accessories -- system tools - system restore
from there hopefully you can restore your p.c. to a time before you installed all these programs you wish to remove. Alternatively if you have your Windows install disc (probably not) but if you do then you can install windows again and put your files but from CD/DVD storage. Alternatively you might have a "restore disc" which does a similar state and will restore your laptop to how you bought it.
However I van only advice these "solutions" when you get really desperate, starting over it may take days to get your system how it was before. 1st I would try "system restore" as not all of your documents are affected and you can easily undo the changes you make.
GOOD LUCK xD

Nov 17, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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