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I forgot to uninstall a program (SpaceMan 99) through the control panel of windows 95B.  Now its name still appears in the list of the INSTALL/UNINSTALL programs in the control panel.  Is there any EASY way to remove it.
I am not real keen to fiddle with the regedit unless it is foolproof.
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by:paulof
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Jen,

Look around the web and you will find a registry cleanup tool.

- You can try www.winfiles.com
- Or you can try to reinstall the program on your system and then go back and uninsall it from teh control panel.

I hope this helps.

/PauloF
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by:jenniferpickard
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Thank you
I have already downloaded the program from this site and am going to log out and use it.
JPickard
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