How do i uninstall spybubble on a blackberry

 

Download and use delserv command line utility. This is a legacy tool developed for Windows 2000. In current Window XP boxes this was superseded by sc described in method 1.

1) Open a CMD window with elevated privileges. [Windows Key-X to bring up a menu with the option; select "Command Prompt (Admin)".]
2) Use the parenthetical name from the list in Services [for example, I used "sc delete gupdate" when, in Services, it read "Google Update (gupdate)"]

Some people mentioning sc delete as an answer. This is how I did it, but it took me a while to find the <service-name> parameter.

How do i uninstall spybubble on a blackberry

Before attempting to manually uninstall your ESET security product, first attempt to use the ESET Start Menu uninstaller provided with ESET Smart Security and ESET NOD32 Antivirus via Start – All programs – ESET – Uninstall.

If you ran the ESET Start Menu uninstaller and you continue to have problems, are unable to reinstall your ESET security product or if your ESET security product remains active after uninstallation and restart, then the uninstallation has failed. Deleting files requires booting in Safe Mode and using the ESET Uninstaller tool. Follow the instructions below to download and use the ESET Uninstaller tool to manually remove your ESET security product. The techniques below applies to all versions of ESET security products for Windows, both servers and workstations.

Download the ESET Uninstaller application and save it to your Desktop. Click the link below to begin your download:
Download ESET Uninstaller

Download and use delserv command line utility. This is a legacy tool developed for Windows 2000. In current Window XP boxes this was superseded by sc described in method 1.

1) Open a CMD window with elevated privileges. [Windows Key-X to bring up a menu with the option; select "Command Prompt (Admin)".]
2) Use the parenthetical name from the list in Services [for example, I used "sc delete gupdate" when, in Services, it read "Google Update (gupdate)"]

Some people mentioning sc delete as an answer. This is how I did it, but it took me a while to find the <service-name> parameter.

You can uninstall Connectify through the Windows Control Panel. You can search for the Control Panel in the Start Screen/Menu (see below). 

Clicking on the Control Panel icon that pops up will open the following screen. My screen may look a little different, because I have selected large icons as my viewing option. In the window that opened you will want to look for 'Programs and Features.' 

More information can be found here:  http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uninstall-change-program#uninstall-change-program=windows-7

You can uninstall older versions of Java manually in the same way as you would uninstall any other software from your Windows computer.

If you run into issues removing Java, run the Microsoft utility to repair corrupted files and registry keys that prevents programs from being completely uninstalled or blocking new installations and updates.

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While experimenting with trying to publish both a Foo and Foo Beta version of my application via ClickOnce I managed to clobber the existing and previously-working-fine Foo 1.0.0 install (replacing it with Foo Beta 1.0.5, which does not work) due to using the same GUID , assembly name, product name or something.

My computer is now in a state where no instance of Foo shows up in Windows 7 Add/Remove programs. However, Foo Beta is still shown as installed. In addition, I am unable to re-install Foo 1.0.0, because it thinks that a newer version of the program ( Foo Beta 1.0.5) already exists on my computer - instead I get the `Unable to install because a newer version of this product is already installed' message.

How can I get my computer to a state where neither Foo nor Foo Beta have ever been installed on it, so that I can then go and re-install Foo ?