I have had the same problem uninstalling some programs. To completely
uninstall McAfee Security Center, Norton SystemWorks, or MusicMatch Jukebox
you have to try using Vista to uninstall and then use an uninstall tool you
download from the software maker's website to completely uninstall. Even
then, sometimes you have to go through your files and registry and delete
references to parts of the uninstalled software that remain.
"Lester Stiefel" wrote:
> buddy wrote:
> > I have to disagree. I uninstall programs and I am still finding files with
> > the name of that software
> > "Gerry" wrote:
> >> Buddy
> >> The files are removed by uninstalling. Disk Defragmenter may relocate
> >> files in the space previously occupied by the programme files but it
> >> does
> >> not remove any files.
> >> --
> >> Hope this helps.
> >> Gerry
> >> ~~~~
> >> FCA
> >> Stourport, England
> >> Enquire, plan and execute
> >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >> "buddy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >> news:F5D0272E-A77F-494A-A3BA-FCC44E2C895E@microsoft.com...
> >>> If we uninstall program(s) do the files get deleted off Windows when
> >>> we
> >>> defragment?
> Second that. Some program are removed, but are backed up in
> restore cabs, others are not. You are better to search and
> remove all data folders/files related to the program
> uninstalled. Also check the registry (requires
> administrative access) for anything related to the program
> file name removed. Make sure you have researched the how-tos
> of registry modification.
> Lester Stiefel
> In Romans 1 there are qualities of Unregenerate man listed
> which describe him in the last days.
> Is your quality found on this list??