I can only suggest a program that will give you an alternative to using the 'Add/Remove Program' feature in Windows Vista - Revo Uninstaller.
I've used this program to rmove many 'hard to uninstall' programs over the years, and it only removes 32 bit programs.
I usually use the 'Advanced' uninstall feature; as it removes not just the program, but also any remnants in the registry and program files.
Hope this helps
WIndows Vista 32 bit
The issue is removing a program. When I go to control panel to add/remove programs and I click on the program I want to uninstall, it tells me that I am not authorized to do so. This doesn't make a bit of sense to me because I am logged on as the administrator and no one else uses this computer.
I've uninstalled programs before but this time I wanted to uninstall Google Earth to get some room on my almost used up HD. For some reason it won't let me uninstall it. Is there something I'm missing?
Do I have to go the registry run/regedit to get rid of it?