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#1 Willie.T

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:51 PM

(EaseUs Todo Backup) Some how this program got downloaded to my Dell XPS 8700 windows 8.1, I do not see it listed when I go to control panel, programs, it is not there. Thanks for your help Willie T.

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 03:02 PM

Run this from a command line.  You can open a command line by typing CMD in the Run box.

 

WMIC product get name,version,vendor

 

That will show you the installed software on your machine.  Scroll to find the program you are trying to uninstall.  Then run this command from the command line to uninstall replacing PROGRAMNAME with the name of the program, this must be exact as from the list you generated with the last command.

 

WMIC product where name="PROGRAMNAME" call uninstall

 

After the program is found you will be given a verification prompt that you want to uninstall.  Press Y and then ENTER.






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