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#1 Sativa

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Posted 23 June 2005 - 05:20 PM

I uninstalled 'iMesh' through 'Control Panel',

I used Windows 'Find' to delete all other 'iMesh' files on my system,

I searched the 'Registry' to delete all keys referring to 'iMesh',

My problem is that there is one key that Windows will not allow me to delete and I have never came across this before,

First a warning 'Cannot Open Key',

and then when I try to delete it another warning 'Cannot Delete Key, access denied' blah blah blah.

Does anyone know what this is all about and how to delete this ******* key!

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Posted 23 June 2005 - 05:29 PM

What is your operating system and what is the key you are trying to delete?

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#3 Sativa

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Posted 25 June 2005 - 10:59 AM

I booted into 'Safe Mode',

searched for the offending item 'iMesh' and it was no longer there,

so then I booted into 'Windows' and searched and it wasn't there,

problem sorted, thanks anyway.


It most have been something to do with the order I deleted 'iMesh' entries in that caused the problem, thats all I can come up with.




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