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Removing Software Programs Problem


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#1 grandpaw7

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Posted 18 April 2006 - 06:24 AM

I hope this is an appropriate forum for this question.

I recently uninstalled some programs which I didn't want, including the MSN toolbar. Now, I keep getting the message"

#msntb_full_name# is unable to load it config file. If you have recently upgraded to a newer version of [it] and have not restarted your computer since the upgrade,please try restarting your computer. If the problem persists, please reinstall [it}.

I don't know what the ramifications of the message are, how to deal with it, or how to get rid of it.

I got the same kind of message for #gen_suite_name# but it came up only the one time. I have no idea what gen_suite refers to. The programs I uninstalled are MSN Search, MS Office Excel Viewer 2003, and GoToMyPC. I also installed MS Works 8 over the previous MS Works 6, which included an automatic uninstall of Works 6.

When I googled uninstalling the MSN Search Toolbar, the items said to use Add/Remove, which is what I did, and don't indicate that there will be the kind of porblem I am having.

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Posted 18 April 2006 - 07:41 AM

SOLVED. I overlooked one "small" item. I restored back to a point prior to the installations. I have undone that and things are okay.




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