PC download problems

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  1. i17K

    i17K New Member

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    I was trying to make my PC look like a Mac, but I kind of failed. I downloaded the finderbar for my PC (landvermesser.tripod.com). I opened the file, and then i found out that it wasnt worth it so i deleted it. then i looked in all of my drives and folders to make sure it was completely deleted, but it wasnt. I found out that there is an uninstall app for finderbar but it doesnt work anymore because i deleted the finderbar app. I redownloaded the file then i used the uninstall app again but it still didn't work. how do i get rid of these unwanted files?

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    HP Mini 210-1070NR
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Control panel>program and feature>Uninstall a program.

    Or try a system restore.
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    System restore or try repairing Windows files!
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    Or reinstall it and then uninstall.
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    GazaIan Well-Known Member

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    A System Restore to remove one measly component? Come on.
  6. i17K

    i17K New Member

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    tried that
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    mkm159 Well-Known Member

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    system restore should work.
    worked for me yesterday when i messed with some programs lol
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    You could try a registry clean
  9. austers

    austers Well-Known Member

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    Boot up in safe mode with command prompt, type sfc/scannow, it'll repair the files you changed and you're done.
  10. i17K

    i17K New Member

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    now i have a new problem.

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