Posted 14 February 2009 - 01:41 PM
You can always manually edit the registry to remove all traces of "Panda", ditto for files using the Search function.
That's how I get rid of uninstalls that do not go cleanly (ATI, Symantec, etc.).
That's the only way to be sure that a program is totally removed from the system. A program does not have to be completely removed to be rendered harmless...but why turn the system into a trash repository, if it can be avoided?
Most users would be surprised if they sometime took a look at the Software entries in the registry that still remain...for programs the users have "removed" long ago.