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How to unistall Windows Script 5.6 for Windows Server 2003

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I'm running windows 2003 R2 server.  I had to restart it cause it was slow and then I got an error when accessing an asp pages.  The error was tha VBScript engine was missing.  I installed Windows Script 5.6 for Windows Server 2003 and now no webiste is working.  The error Invalid Default Script Language is on every page.  I'm trying to go backward by uninstalling it but I can't find out how to do it.
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Yes it's a web server and the settings are all like in the articles you link to.  It seems like the files i installed caused the problem and i'm looking for a way to unistall it.  It's Windows Script 5.6 for Windows Server 2003 and it does not appear in the unistall list.
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Thanks for the reply's.  This could not be fixed, I had to format and reinstall everything.
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