Sorry but some folk slam these apps if it fails to eject an app. There's always the old manual removal.
I have a program on my Windows 7 computer that I can't get rid of. It's RCA easyRip, a utility that came with an RCA/Pearl TH1702-A MP3 player. The RCA-provided method for removal is Start-All Programs-RCA easyRip-Uninstall RCA easyRip. This procedure doesn't work. Neither does the Windows Control Panel uninstall. I can't even update the player's firmware to see if that helps, because it won't update unless I downgrade IE to IE 8 (or 6 or 7). I need a utility that uninstalls programs. Is there one?
Thanks. Revo took it out (and a couple of other "volunteers" I noticed when I was in the remove-programs screen.) Glad it did, 'cause I don't know exactly what you mean by "manual" removal, unless you mean delete the files/directories and then mess with the registry. But I'm good to go now.
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