I'm not familiar with the program that you mentioned.
However, with some programs you must use a different technique to uninstall.
If you have a cd or exe. file of this software, you may want to try this.
I recently had a similar problem with Nero.
I put the cd in the drive and started setup, as if to install the program. During the process it gave me an option to un-install.
I haven't a clue if this will work for you, but it can't hurt anything to try.
I have a Gateway 700S P4 2.4, Ram:512, HD: 80GB:40GB free 90% system resources free; Cd-rw drive Dvd-ram drive, floppy drive. Win XP home SP1
I had Farstone Game Drive installed (a cd emulator program, it creates a virtual cd drive then you can run cd images from your hard drive), had no problems, then my cd burner stopped buring cd's. I figured it had something to do with the Game Drive program, no big deal, i'll just unistall it. So i uninstalled Game Drive, but it left a virtual drive listed in my Device manager. but the drive listed was not listed as a virtual drive, my computer thinks it's a physical drive,the problem is when I unistall the drive (that really doesn't exist anyway)everytime I restart my computer, plug and play thinks it has found a new PHYSICAL cd drive, and it installs it for me.
Any ideas on how to get my computer to realize that the drive doesnt really exist?