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Missing INSTALL.LOG file

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I just installed a program few days ago,
now that im confident i dont like it, i went to uninstall
it, but it tells me it wont ununstall without INSTALL.LOG
file. I dont know where that file is.
What should i do.
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What is the program? You should reinstall it, this will create an install.log, then you should be able to uninstall without the error. If not, just throw it in the recycle bin and reboot before you empty the trash to make sure you don't get boot errors from missing files.  
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DOwnload CLEanSWEEP 4 trial and use it to uninstall it, if you just delete the folder when you reboot it might give you errors of files missing that would make you go to the registry and delete the keys with the danger to harm something else.
Go and get Cleansweep 4,or any other uninstaller you can find in WWW.DOWNLOAD.COM
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