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Need to find what program Move Networks is associated with so I can uninstall

Posted on 2007-10-01
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Last Modified: 2009-01-27
Move Networks program queue fills up and with our roaming profiles, it fills up the user's profile. First, do you know what Move Networks program is associated with. I want to uninstall but it isn't in the applications listed in Control Panel. Second, do you know how to turn off the setting so it doesn't save everything to the queue file?
Question by:Resources_for_Living
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Galtar99 earned 750 total points
ID: 19995159
Here's an uninstall FAQ:


If you can isolate the folder for its cache you can exclude it from the roaming profile:


Author Comment

ID: 20001243
I can't uninstall it isn't listed in the control panel. I will try to exclude from roaming profile.

Expert Comment

ID: 20001353
You don't see Move Networks Player for Internet Explorer or MoveNetworks Quantum Media Player?

If it's an older version of the player, try this:

To remove older versions of the plug-in, please follow these instructions:

   1. Click on the Start button in the lower left hand corner.
   2. Select Run and type in "explorer.exe. c:\documents and settings\All Users\Application Data" (A new window should appear).
   3. Select the Tools menu option and click Folder Options.
   4. Click on the View tab and select the "Show hidden files and folders" option.
   5. Click the OK button to close the Folder Option dialog. (A new folder should appear called 'Move Networks').
   6. Click once on this folder and hit the delete button.

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