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Old 03-01-10, 00:05
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I downloaded Audiograbber from the download link here on Major Geeks.
Audiograbber Help file does not open.
The web link gives a dead link.
Can't uninstall using Audiograbber Uninstall. Get error message "Cannot find C:\uninstall.exe (or one of its components)"
Audiograbber does not show up in Add/Remove to uninstall there.
The email address that it gives for help does not work either. Email comes back undelivered.
I have CCleaner and Audiograbber does not show up when I look in the Uninstall area there either.
On Major Geeks page about Audiograbber the link "Editors note: A users guide is available online." gives me a error page saying not found.
When I search for Audiograbber files I find eleven files on my computer.

How do I manually uninstall this program?
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The developer of that software has stopped developing it and likely their homepage has been left to run out its domain name and/or the hosting.

What Windows version are you using?

If I'm not mistaken, I very vagely remember that app installs itself into the root of C: and all you need to do is to delete the folder and then run Ccleaner and ist registry cleaner to mop up any left over registry entries, but I dont think their will be any from Audiograbber as it doesnt on my Win7 PC have any listing in the registry for Audiograbber.
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I had tried to delete a couple of the files before I posted here and it would not let me. So after your post I went back and tried to delete them in a different order and that worked except for four of them that would not delete. I ran CCleaner and I did another search and those files did not show up.
Thank you for the help!

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