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Removing a file----

xp home--2.4Gig Pent--512 MB RAM

I Have "Carmageddon 2" which I have been unable to remove. The Add/Remove program says the uninstaller is invalid or corrupted. I do not have the original program disk so that is not an option.

What would be the best method for removing this file?


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This should do the trick.

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(NT) Thanks---looks like a potent app.

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damn sure is.

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it's bailed me out in more than one situation, for sure.

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Looking at killbox. . .

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Look more closely.

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There are several options for actions to perform upon the file, 2 of which include removal, depending on the behavior of the file being removed. Read the FAQ.

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