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Difficulty cleanly removing some programs from Windows 2003 Server

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I am difficulty removing some programs from my Windows 2003 Server.
 
I have tried the following;
 
1. Attempt to remove from programs from Add/Remove Programs. No error message, nothing!
 
2. run: msiexec /x {programs code} /q
 
Can you think of anything else?
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Manjunath Sullad earned 2000 total points
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If youa re unable to uninstall from Add or remore or through command prompt,

You can try third party tools,

I have used, Your uninstaller software to uninstall application, it easy to use and it will clear entire application settings including registry also.

You can try this software.
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Excellent!
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