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Unwanted "Nero7" program that won't allow me to remove, uninstall or delete?

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What is the question? You want to get rid of it?

Try the Nero clean tools:
http://www.nero.com/eng/downloads-cleantools.html

Use the version 7 one, and it should remove every hint of Nero ever being installed.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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Hewlett Packard (HP) computers come with preinstalled programs that some users enjoy. Others, however, find these complimentary programs cumbersome. If you do not plan on using some of the default HP programs, then you're better off removing them altogether. Lingering preinstalled software chews up your hard drive space, leading to a decrease in overall storage capacity as well as system performance. Luckily, you can clean up a new HP computer in just a few steps with the right know-how.

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Browse the list of programs until you notice any unwanted software. Click on the software that you want to remove and then click the "Uninstall" button located toward the top of the screen.

Click "Continue" when prompted by Windows. This will trigger an automated uninstall procedure, removing the clutter from your computer. Once you've purged your computer of unwanted HP software, you can further clean the computer of unused files, Internet cookies and cache files for even better performance.

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Click "OK" then select "Delete Files." Windows will then automatically remove unneeded files from your new HP computer according to Microsoft's website. This will free up hard drive space and help your PC run faster.

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The reason is that you might installed many unwanted or unused programs.
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