PC running Windows XP, SP 2.
Lotus Notes was previously installed. The computer was being prepped for a new user, so Lotus Notes was uninstalled to create a "clean install" for the new user. All the LN folders were deleted.
Lotus Notes 7.0.2 was installed. Upon initial launch/opening/run of Lotus Notes, an error was received that a .dll was corrupt or missing and it was suggested that the application be reinstalled or repaired. A repair to Lotus Notes was performed, however the .dll error returned.
Lotus Notes was then uninstalled, the computer rebooted, the Lotus directories uninstalled and the computer rebooted. Lotus Notes was installed again. However, now the computer thinks that two versions of Lotus Notes are installed. It will not open Lotus Notes because it reports that "Another version of this product is already installed"
Lotus Notes is not in the Add/Remove programs, nor is it listed in the Programs list of the Start Menu. The lotus directory is also absent from the c:\ drive.
How do we completely uninstall Lotus Notes?