What makes you think A) it's still in your registry, and B) that it is doing anything even remotely harmful if it is?
Program uninstallers only get rid of files and registry entries created during installation. If any others were created post-install, those will be orphaned, but they're also just a minor nuisance. They aren't attached to anything, so the worst they do is take up a little space on the HDD. Orphaned files might take up a few hundred KB, orphaned registry entries would be measured in bytes. You won't see any kind of performance benefit from getting rid of either, no improvement in overall system stability, or really any changes whatsoever, despite what all the really bad information floating around out on the Internet about the Windows registry might suggest.
Unless you have some specific reason you neglected to share, this is generally a case of there being no real point, so better to just leave well enough alone.
> ITS NOT IN 'ADD/DELETE-PROGRAMS'!
> BUT ITS IN MY "REGISTRY"? = I WANT IT OUT!
> any ideas?????