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uninstall error cannot access vbscript runtime for custom action

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Using Vista 7 64 Bits. No pending update

I'm trying to uninstall program, and after a while a get a message "could not access VBScript for custom Action" and the uninstall stops.

OF COURSE i've tried regsvr32 vbscript.dll both in system32 and in wow64. No use.
Already checked in HKLM:/software/microsoft/currentversion/Uninstall. Nothing there.
Already tried restore point backup

I have VB5 Installed, maybe it's something related to this
The program I'm trying to uninstall is a Blackberry device OS installation.

Thanks in advance for the help
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tausifsfarid earned 2000 total points
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You can use total uninstaller, its free and works like a charm,
Here is the link: http://www.martau.com/uninstaller-download.php
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also take a look at microsoft windows installer cleanup utility and see if that can clean it up. I'm assuming the installation was corrupt or uninstalled improperly.. so tools like this might help.
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Total UNinstaller worked, im frustrated i had to force them out, but the job was done
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