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oracle 11g: remove client

Posted on 2009-04-08
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hi all,
i tried to uninstall oracle 11g, but i cannot delete the oracle11g directory on my machine, it complains msvcr71.dll is in use, cannot be deleted. how can i delete those .dll in Oracle bin folder. how can i tell which file/product is using those dll?

thanks a lot
viola
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use this tool
this is faster and easier
HTH
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Ivo's tool looks like it may be what you need -- otherwise the Oracle recommended removal is to select deinstall database from the .runInstaller .  Let us know should you need further assistance.
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hi guys,
thanks a lot.
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