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#1 blader


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Posted 25 January 2010 - 09:10 PM

ok Im runing windows Vista... and I got Starwars Empire at war, and its expansion (forces of coruption) installed on my PC.... problem is, I don't want them installed anymore...the RTS style is suckish... and I got no one to play it w/ online

problem is, I tried uninstalling it a few different ways, w/ the CD Via launch menu, going the control panel and using the "uninstall a program" list...I always get "setup.exe has failed" as an error msg so I had a friend give me some ideas and he said to activate/deactivate some windows install shield thing (I don't remember the name but he said its usually the source of any install/uninstall errors).

so here's the thing.... any of you got some ideas (short of doing a system restory) other then just deleting the games files (which isn't a real uninstall) because knowing my luck 1 month after I delete the games files some one will wanna play it and I'm going to have to uninstall it for real (that likely wont hapen if I actually uninstall it) >_>

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Posted 26 January 2010 - 11:46 AM

Revo Uninstaller Free version
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#3 blader

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 02:11 PM

I got the same error w/ that program.. then it did what I didn't wana do which was delete all the files D:

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