If I have removed everything from the Add Remove Program list relating to SQL Server 2008 and 2005.....
....can I delete safely the Microsoft SQL Server folder containing the subfolders 80, 90, 100?
How can I remove any registry keys or does this matter. I have tried removing the files for days and finally it let me but the folder is still here.
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