Drop Replication traces in SQL 2000

I am using SQL Server 2000.  I had a problem where a stored procedure is messed up and I want to overwrite it.  Howerver the database is replication all through the network.  I have not removed everything for replication that I can find and I am still unable to delete that stored procedure.  The message I get is unable to drop the procedure "procedure" it is being used for replication.

 I have removed all traces of replication that I can find but it still says under Replication Subscriptions that it has a subscripton.  When I try to delete the subscription it tells me the publication or the subscription do not exist.  How do I get this replication stuff out of there so I can rebuild my stored procedures?  This is very frustrating.  i will award multiple question points for this if I have to.  Please Help!!!!!
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rboyd56Commented:
More than likely the replinfo column in sysobjects has a non 0 value.

run select * from sysobjects and look at the replinfo column. If there are any objects with a non 0 value run this command:

update sysobjects set replinfo = 0 where replinfo > 0

You many have to enable adhoc queries to system tables using this:

sp_configure 'allow updates', 1
go
reconfigure with override
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TAB8Commented:
Also try,
In EM
under tools\replication configure  diable publishing on the server .....

OR

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=326352 
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