Uninstalling GmailFS for Windows (XP)

Hi!

I recently downloaded the GmailFS for windows from this site:

http://www.viksoe.dk/code/gmail.htm

After using for sometime I wanted to remove it. An INF file came with the setup files, and it was written in the INF file:
'WARNING: If you delete this file you will not be able to uninstall GMail Drive!'

Well what has happened is that I want to uninstall GmailFS and I have the INF file on my harddrive, but I dont know how to uninstall! There is no information on the website on how to uninstall, and neither is there information in any of the setup files. So how do I uninstall it?

Thanks,
whatchamacallit_ss
whatchamacallit_ssAsked:
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sunray_2003Commented:
Thanks for bringing this question. Looks pretty cool to me.

I installed it just now. I was able to go to add/remove programs and uninstall this specific software.
Now in my computer, I donot see it.

Did you try uninstalling from add/remove programs ?

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LRI41Commented:
 
   
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Looks pretty cool to me.

I'll bet Google will have something to say about it.
adam1213Commented:
Start, control panel, add or remove programs, Gmail Drive shell extension.

Soon I will post a video ofme removing it
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adam1213Commented:
whatchamacallit_ssAuthor Commented:
OMG!!  Why didnt I think of Add/Remove ?

Yes it worked! You guys should hit me on the head.
I helped a guy limit the maximum connections to 50 when XP SP2 was installed, and I cant think of Add/Remove !!

Thanks,
whatchamacallit_ss
adam1213Commented:
I gave detailed instructions on how to remove it and I even gave a video that I made my self and I dont get any points.
whatchamacallit_ssAuthor Commented:
im, sorry, but  sunray_2003 answered the question first.

Whatchamacallit_ss
adam1213Commented:
Uninstalling a program is a pretty basic thing, so I bothered to give detail instructions.

I did not read what was posted before.

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