Uninstall Intel Audio Studio

Here's an odd problem:

I installed an Intel D945GNT motherboard and installed the Audio Studio driver and program to use the onboard sound.  After discovering the onboard sound did not perform as well as the Creative 5.1 card I had in my previous MB, I disabled the MB sound in the BIOS, and reinstalled my sound card.  I'd like to delete the Audio Studio software, but there is no uninstall utility in the program, and Windows does not give me the option to uninstall from the control panel.    

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I found one other instance of this problem in another tech forum, but no solution.  Has anyone ran into this, or even heard of this before?  I am getting an unsupported board error from this program when I reboot and I'd like to just wash my hands of the whole program.  Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Tim

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A quick addendum.  I found the start call in the registry and deleted it.  That stopped the error message.  Still can't delete the program, though.  I'm sure I could just blow away the program directory, but that leaves the artifact in the add/remove screen.  I hate that!  Again, any help here (even a devious way to completely remove the program) would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Tim
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Cosmos1964Author Commented:
Perfect.  Exactly what I needed.  Thanks!
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