Safely Uninstall in Quantity

My current external hard drive is "G:\" which is a 640GB... used for games and backups.  I try to keep my laptop C:\ resurved for more serious documents and programs.  I have a 1TB drive on order.  I plan to replace my current G:\ drive with it and give the old one to my cousin.

I want to clear to old drive before giving it to him, but I do not want to simply select all and press delete (booby move)!  Uninstalling each program on the drive could take a bit of time for me (and I am always looking for an easier way to do things).

Is there an uninstaller program that can filter C:\ and G:\... detect everything installed on the G:\ drive and uninstall as if I uninstalled everything one at a time?  

I have been using Revo-Uninstaller, but that's not going to do what I want.  In case you guys need to know...HP Pavilion dv9548us Notebook PC.

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Mark

PS. ...do not care about whether or not it's freeware, although I prefer it free solution.
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dave4dlCommented:
I dont think there is a piece of software out there that has that functionality.  If you would like to make sure your files cannot be recovered from that hard drive use a shredder program (see http://ezinearticles.com/?How-to-Permanently-Delete-Files---Using-Windows-Secret-Built-In-Tool&id=1145950)
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dave4dlCommented:
This one http://www.downloadsquad.com/2007/08/21/batch-uninstall-windows-programs-with-absolute-uninstaller/ does some of what you want but you still have to manually choose the ones to uninstall
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Mark VolzAuthor Commented:
Thanks Dave
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