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Old 09-10-2008
 

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Uninstalling MSN for dial-up
We were using MSN for dial-up internet and have now switched to a Verizon Broadband connection (yipee!). The problem we are having is that we have not been able to uninstall the MSN software. We've tried using the add/remove software tool in the Control Panel, and it's still there. We tried going to the folder and manually deleting the components, but when we check the control panel, the MSN software is still there. This software is taking up over 50 MB of memory - and we don't have much to spare. Can anyone tell us how to get rid of this thing?

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Re: Uninstalling MSN for dial-up
Hi Emmaline,
This problem occurs sometime when you couldn't delete from control panel then go to the dos prompt and try to delete msn from directory.


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We were using MSN for dial-up internet and have now switched to a Verizon Broadband connection (yipee!). The problem we are having is that we have not been able to uninstall the MSN software. We've tried using the add/remove software tool in the Control Panel, and it's still there. We tried going to the folder and manually deleting the components, but when we check the control panel, the MSN software is still there. This software is taking up over 50 MB of memory - and we don't have much to spare. Can anyone tell us how to get rid of this thing?

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