Msg#: 3188176 posted 11:25 pm on Dec 13, 2006 (gmt 0)
How can i do this 100% please guys?
A) If you want a 100% guarantee, reformat the drive and re-install Windows.
If you can live with less than 100%, you could try: B) Depending on which flavor of Windows you're using, for a 99.9% guarantee, you can use System Restore. Assuming that you have a Restore Point prior to when you installed the software.
C) For probably a 99.9% guarantee, you can restore a Registry backup made prior to installing the software.
Both B & C will wipe out other Registry changes besides just what's related to the program. Then again, so will A. :)
Msg#: 3188176 posted 10:28 pm on Dec 20, 2006 (gmt 0)
You can make a backup of the registry as is right now, and then take out the keys manually.
Just a reminder, that is not always an effective way to clean software entries from the registry. Many programs use modules made by a third party. Those third party entries and other hidden license control entries are not always obvious when editing the registry.