Delete service

Folks,
I have uninstalled and searched the registry deleting every occurance of "Diskeeper". I have 2 occurrences in the Component Services that I need to remove.
Service to delete
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Wayne88Commented:
Logon as admin then run CMD or run CMD with elevated permissions (Run as Administrator).  Use the commands below to stop and delete the service.  You can find the service name by right clicking on Diskeeper and check the properties.

SC STOP servicename
SC DELETE servicename
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RyanHelp DeskCommented:
I use IObit Uninstaller.  It works great and cleans up extra junk that windows doesn't uninstall.
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Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
Thanks folks!!!!
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Wayne88Commented:
Glad to help. Cheers!
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nobusCommented:
Frank, is your problem solved? how?
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Frank FreeseAuthor Commented:
Problem solved!
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nobusCommented:
ok - enjoy!
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