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wont let me uninstall
#1
i dont know if this would be considered a bug or what but i'm new here so gimme a break. my computer has been freaking out and wont play dvds or regular pc games since i put on espxe and pcsx2 so i wanted to take of pcsx2 to see if that was the problem but it wont let me uninstall it. how do you get rid of it?? oh and i tried the regular add/remove program thing but it told me there was an error
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#2
I had already posted in the other thread, but for a summary, look in the attachments.

Edit: I noticed that the uninstaller has a description that says "Installs PCSX2", hah.


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#3
mine's in a different spot but i clicked on the uninstall thing and it still comes up with C:/program files/pcsx2 0.9.8/uninst-pcsx2-r4600.dat not found, unable to perform uninstall
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#4
Well, I would upload the one I found in my folder, but I don't know if uploading .dat files are allowed.

You could just try deleting the whole folder out of your program files and then running CCleaner. That should get rid of everything.
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#5
how do i do that? sorry, i dont know a whole lot about computers. oh and i have vista
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#6
Just delete the actual folder that PCSX2 is in, and run CCleaner's registry cleaner.

You can find CCleaner at: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

This should basically clear the whole program from your system.

Although, with playing PC games - I doubt that is PCSX2. Are you sure that is not a virus?
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#7
ok cuz when i went to delete it all it said was that i'm deleting the shortcut and not uninstalling it. and i just scanned for viruses. i had 1 infected file and deleted it but it still wont let me play pc games or anything. i was told on a different site that its probably not the emulators but i dont know what else it could be because i've never had that problem before
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#8
Have you tried restarting the PC and/or making a system restore to an earlier point before you started having the problem?
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