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Posted on 1997-10-12
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trying to use real player4.0 I get error message #38 which says to delete all real player and download the newer version going to add remove programs I get  the following (an error occured while trying to remove realplayer4.0 uninstallationhas been cancelled. since programs in win95 cannot be deleted any other way how can the program be deleted
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RealPlayer usual has the folder REAL with a subdirectory REALPLUS. If your WIN95 remove program doesn't recognize the uninstall command, then just delete the directories assoicated with REAL (backing them up on a floppy, just in case). Go to Real Audio and download the latest player and reinstall. The registry may be still "seeing" the previous install, if so let me know.
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