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Trying to uninstall nero 7 demo

by sonnyboy66 / October 20, 2006 10:49 AM PDT

Hello all
I have a problem uninstalling a program.
I am using Win xp pro , 1gb memory
pentium 4, 160 HD. Dell dimension 8400

I am trying to uninstall nero 7 premium Demo that I downloaded
off of the nero site several mo. ago, while trying to uninstall it I
get a popup that say that the shall manger database is corrupt
or missing,and that the program came on a cd nero that has msi
on it and to put the CD in. I do not have a cd. I even went back to
nero site to try to download it again but it is no longer listed. Any help will greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Two options...
by John.Wilkinson / October 22, 2006 5:09 AM PDT

1.) Click here to try installing Nero 7 Ultra...it may overwrite Nero 7 Premium and then let you uninstall.

2.) Delete it manually...delete the Nero folder in C:\Program Files and then run RegSeeker and CCleaner to clean up most of the remnants.

Hope this helps,
John

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trying to uninstall nero 7
by sonnyboy66 / October 23, 2006 11:39 PM PDT
In reply to: Two options...

Thank you John for the help
I tried to download nero 7 demo but it wouldn't
dl so I went and got the two program you mention
and I did get rid of all the nero stuff. Very good programs,
and I thank you again I really do appreciate that help
from you and for this form.

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uninstalling nero 7
by prestoncas / March 20, 2008 10:25 AM PDT

I used the nero cleaner after having nero 7 demo and Nero Ultra. After running the cleaner with every instance of Nero selected (not the clean all box) then I clicked CLEAN. After it was done I rebooted, uninstalled the demo then Ultra. BAM!!!!!! DONE!

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trying to uninstall nero 7 demo in windows 7 with centrino2
by fashionpolice / September 21, 2010 2:31 PM PDT
In reply to: Two options...

Hi John hope u r doing gud
According to the point no : 2.) i have...delete the Nero folder[manually] in C:\Program Files(X86)\Nero and then run RegSeeker and CCleaner to clean up nero 7 demo,but both of the cleaner softwares pops up the message like
Internal error:
custom action dll crashed on last call in function NeroAg_UnregisterEx. The installer must now exit.
Crash Thread ID 3872
Current Thread ID 3928
Its not allowed to do further actions. So Please help me asap to remove nero 7 demo completely in my machine. Looking forward to hear from you soon.
Thanks in Advance

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