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Uninstall problems

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#1 hutchkitch


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Posted 09 July 2009 - 07:00 AM

Hello Folks,

A fair few months back I downloaded and installed Warhammer Online.

I played and realised it wasn't for me and when I came to uninstall it I hit a brick wall.

When I click the games uninstall option on the start menu it opens up the my 'Computer' screen and then does nothing.

I have gone into the program files and then the add/remove menu but it does not show in the list here, so I cannot remove it this way.

I have noticed since then that the game has not installed itself in 'Program files' on C: could this impact uninstall options? (Seems odd that it hadn't installed here? Usually this is the default place to install to? Unless Vista changed these rules, Vista is a whole new thing for me. Although I am sure I would have noticed it trying to install to a different location when promted and thought 'that's not normal? Also a subsequent game I installed did install to program files and after check is showing in the add remove menu)

Anyone got any ideas how to get rid of this?

*I have had no experience using the registry and have read that this is one way to go about removing a program if you know what your doing... I have no idea xD

Many thanks

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