How to unistall Prevx

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by lubieplacki, Apr 6, 2012.

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  1. lubieplacki

    lubieplacki Registered Member

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    Hi,

    So I got prevx 3 for a while on my notebook but licence expired. I wanted to delete it. I tried uninstaller for version 3 and version 2 of prevx. Both of them claimed that prevx is deleted succesfully. It wasn't. It's still in tray and It's working. I tried Revo too but it's still there. How to delete it?
     
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  3. lubieplacki

    lubieplacki Registered Member

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    I should just go to start - cmd and use your command, yes?
     
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    Or you can use RUN from the start menu!

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    It's 64 bit windows 7, I typed what was in your quote and it don't worked. How to solve it?
     
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    Shouldn't you right-click on command prompt icon in Start Menu(run as Admin)...then insert command + Enter?

    Plus, I guess you did reboot, yes?
     
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    Command way worked in another try, thanks guys :)
     
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    Good to hear! ;)

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