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    Guyver's Avatar FORUM STONER
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    i need help as soon as possible please, i need to unistall it and install it again to make it werk cause its not thanks!



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    as far as i know you can not as it is a part of windows just like WMP there is an option in ad/remove windows components but that just removes all links to IE

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    Originally posted by ghost944@21 July 2003 - 02:13
    as far as i know you can not as it is a part of windows just like WMP there is an option in ad/remove windows components but that just removes all links to IE
    but it still remains in the program files folder

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    Originally posted by clocker@21 July 2003 - 03:11
    This might work.
    That's actually a pretty cool tweak. I never thought of that. SYSOC maintains a list of non-essential (and somewhat essential) addons to your comp.
    EDIT:
    And yes, I can actually verify it as working. Just REALLY be careful what you uninstall.
    EDIT AGAIN:
    Actually, I think it would be best if you know what each component does first.
    The hide option is NOT there to be annoying. It hides INTEGRAL components of your system. They are hidden for a reason.

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    chalkmongoose
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    Oh and also, litePC for 2000 and XP should be out soon. That 'll help a lot.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Originally posted by Guyver2003@20 July 2003 - 19:47
    i need help as soon as possible please, i need to unistall it and install it again to make it werk cause its not thanks!



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    You can use IEradicator if you are not running Win2000sr2 or XP.....


    IEradicator disintegrates all versions of Internet Explorer from
    version 3 to 6 from an existing installation of Windows 95, Windows 98,
    Windows 98SE, Windows Millennium, Windows 2000, Windows 2000sr1.
    (Windows 2000sr2, XP not currently supported). The removal process
    eliminates 99% of Internet Explorer's files and registry keys
    to clear approximately 30MB of disk space. The remaining 1% is left
    behind to maintain compatibility with programs that use the MS HTML
    layout engine (e.g. Outlook Express).

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