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    Hi,

    I have a program l would like to deinstall but l cannot see any option to remove the program in Control Panel nor is there an option to uninstall program with the program.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777674' date='31-May-2009 12:48']Hi,

    I have a program l would like to deinstall but l cannot see any option to remove the program in Control Panel nor is there an option to uninstall program with the program.

    Any help would be appreciated.[/quote]
    Better & more detailed information in your initial posts about what you want would be appreciated on this end. Then we wouldn't have to pull information out of you to help you.

    Program name please. Also, how & where on your system it was installed. What are the properties of the link you use to start or open the program.
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    [quote name='DocWatson' post='777679' date='31-May-2009 18:25']Better & more detailed information in your initial posts about what you want would be appreciated on this end. Then we wouldn't have to pull information out of you to help you.

    Program name please. Also, how & where on your system it was installed. What are the properties of the link you use to start or open the program.[/quote]


    The programs are VEOTV BETA - "C:\Program Files\Veoh Networks\Veoh\VeohClient.exe"
    and 3gp convertor - "C:\Program Files\3GP Converter\3GPConverter.exe

    These are both installed locally.

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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777674' date='31-May-2009 12:48']Hi,

    I have a program l would like to deinstall but l cannot see any option to remove the program in Control Panel nor is there an option to uninstall program with the program.

    Any help would be appreciated.[/quote]
    A very popular and fast utility that has gained a lot of favor here in the Lounge is, Revo Uninstaller.

    Download it HERE

    If neither Add\Remove programs, in Control Panel, NOR REVO shows the program, I would just go to Windows Explorer and delete the folder.(s)
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    [quote name='viking33' post='777683' date='31-May-2009 18:50']A very popular and fast utility that has gained a lot of favor here in the Lounge is, Revo Uninstaller.

    Download it HERE

    If neither Add\Remove programs, in Control Panel, NOR REVO shows the program, I would just go to Windows Explorer and delete the folder.(s)[/quote]


    I was unable to find the programs l wanted to de-install?

    They were not on the desktop, how do l go about deinstalling the programs??

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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777685' date='31-May-2009 14:03']I was unable to find the programs l wanted to de-install?

    They were not on the desktop, how do l go about deinstalling the programs??[/quote]
    If Add/Remove or REVO didn't find them,
    Just open Windows Explorer ( explore.exe ) and drill down to the locations you noted in your prior post and right click>delete. Veoh and 3GP Converter folders.
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    It could be a "Browser" add on, you might want to check those out!

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    [quote name='DaveA' post='777700' date='31-May-2009 20:34']It could be a "Browser" add on, you might want to check those out![/quote]


    These are not add ons

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    [quote name='viking33' post='777693' date='31-May-2009 19:31']If Add/Remove or REVO didn't find them,
    Just open Windows Explorer ( explore.exe ) and drill down to the locations you noted in your prior post and right click>delete. Veoh and 3GP Converter folders.[/quote]


    This will not delete all folders related to the program, there MUST be freeware programs out there which are spyware free which can delete unwanted programs. Is there an alternative to REVO??

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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777712' date='31-May-2009 16:43']This will not delete all folders related to the program, there MUST be freeware programs out there which are spyware free which can delete unwanted programs. Is there an alternative to REVO??[/quote]
    Just a minute now. As Doc has asked you above, it would certainly help if you give us MORE information than that. What did you see when you ran Revo Uninstaller? If the program doesn't appear in Revo, you should be able to go to Explorer as instructed and delete the folder or folders containing the unwanted programs. If there is an icon or entry in your Startup folder, it should tell you, via Properties, where the program lives, so it shouldn't be too hard to find it. If Revo says it ain't there, I don't think you need another utility.

    Also, if it's starting when you boot the machine, you can always go to MSCONFIG or WhatInStartup and disable it prior to removal.

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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777681' date='31-May-2009 13:37']The programs are VEOTV BETA - "C:\Program Files\Veoh Networks\Veoh\VeohClient.exe"
    and 3gp convertor - "C:\Program Files\3GP Converter\3GPConverter.exe

    These are both installed locally.[/quote]

    How do you start/run each of the programs mentioned above? Do you have shortcuts to start them? Are they listed in "All Programs"? Are they started automatically?
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    [quote name='jj1972' post='777681' date='31-May-2009 13:37']The programs are VEOTV BETA - "C:\Program Files\Veoh Networks\Veoh\VeohClient.exe"
    and 3gp convertor - "C:\Program Files\3GP Converter\3GPConverter.exe

    These are both installed locally.[/quote]

    I did a little poking around on Google (something you should learn how to do) and found the following here.

    How do I uninstall VeohTV on Windows?

    The Uninstaller may be run from Add and Remove Programs.
    Click the Start Menu button
    Choose the Control Panel
    Choose VeohTV BETA and click Change/Remove


    If it is not listed in Add/Remove Programs then you might have to reinstall it to get that to show up. It also has a browser plugin component so you should check to be sure that is not installed.
    What components are installed with VeohTV?

    VeohTV (VeohClient.exe on Windows) which is launched when you want to view or manage videos.
    (optional) The Veoh Browser Plug-In. This is a web browser plug-in that allows you to download videos or subscribe to videocasts from thousands of sites on the Web. The plug-in works with Internet Explorer and Firefox and notifies you when videos or videocasts are available on any website you visit. You can download videos into your Library simply by clicking on the plugin and clicking download in the plug-in window.

    Or you could just use Revo as has been suggested by a few here and I found it recommended for this program here.

    Rather than arguing with us about what you "think" is a problem with our solutions, I suggest you try the solutions first. If you follow these instructions I will look into the other program you are having problems with, but I suspect that Revo will remove that as well.
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    [quote name='DocWatson' post='777721' date='31-May-2009 23:17']I did a little poking around on Google (something you should learn how to do) and found the following here.

    How do I uninstall VeohTV on Windows?

    The Uninstaller may be run from Add and Remove Programs.
    Click the Start Menu button
    Choose the Control Panel
    Choose VeohTV BETA and click Change/Remove


    If it is not listed in Add/Remove Programs then you might have to reinstall it to get that to show up. It also has a browser plugin component so you should check to be sure that is not installed.
    What components are installed with VeohTV?

    VeohTV (VeohClient.exe on Windows) which is launched when you want to view or manage videos.
    (optional) The Veoh Browser Plug-In. This is a web browser plug-in that allows you to download videos or subscribe to videocasts from thousands of sites on the Web. The plug-in works with Internet Explorer and Firefox and notifies you when videos or videocasts are available on any website you visit. You can download videos into your Library simply by clicking on the plugin and clicking download in the plug-in window.

    Or you could just use Revo as has been suggested by a few here and I found it recommended for this program here.

    Rather than arguing with us about what you "think" is a problem with our solutions, I suggest you try the solutions first. If you follow these instructions I will look into the other program you are having problems with, but I suspect that Revo will remove that as well.[/quote]


    Hello,

    I tried to use REVO but it was not able to uninstall program, when l hovered target above VEOTV.exe program it said did l want to delete exploer.exe???

    It also did this on 3GP convertor program, can someone tell me what l am doing wrong??


    I can confirm no plug in in IE.

    Attached is what l would like REVO to delete and all associated files.
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    I tried to use Revo but got the attached error.

    Any other suggestions?
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    The first suggestion would be to install both programs again. It would seem that you have corrupt installations as 3GP Converter's site says it has install & uninstall capability. Reinstalling may give you back that option. If you do not want to try this route then the only thing left is a manual uninstall (read delete files and edit the rest of their garbage out of the registry).

    Follow viking33's suggestion to use Windows Explorer to drill down and delete all the folders you know are associated with these programs. Then search the registry for any entries relating to the program names as well as their vendor/creator's names. Or, you could skip the registry edit, leave everything you deleted in the Recycle Bin and see if there are any negative effects after a reboot. If there are, restore the files and contact the people you got the programs from for support. I'm assuming that you haven't tried that or that it is not offered.
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