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Baldurs gate cant uninstall

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#1 twiztidjuggalo666


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Posted 28 December 2008 - 07:52 PM

so for christmas i got a 500 gb external hard drive

i wanted to install baldurs gate to it so i put in the disc and it installed fine

when i went to play it i would hit the play button and nothing would happen but the window just went away

so i decided to delete the folder from my hard drive...big mistake

i figured that the game had to be installed on an internal drive (C:/)

so i was gonna reinstall it but now when i put in the disc it there inst an install button just a play and an uninstall button

i couldn't play it anyways and when i click on uninstall it says it cant find the uninstall file because i deleted the folder

is there any way i can get the regestry files out perhaps

any and all help is greatly appreciated

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#2 Sterling14


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Posted 29 December 2008 - 08:41 PM

Be careful while going through the registry, if you delete the wrong thing, it could corrupt your windows install.

If you run the program "regedit" you can go through your registry and delete things. Usually games will be under the software section, under the developer's name.
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