1.    02 Mar 2008 #1
    occam Guest

    How to uninstall stubborn (or corrupt) application?


    My portable came with something called 'NTI CD & DVD -Maker 7'
    pre-installed (as was Vista Business). I have no re-installation disk
    for it -nor for Vista Business

    When I tried to run the NTI software, it said it was corrupted -- please
    to re-install. As I could not re-install, I decided to uninstall it.
    Alas, same problem - cannot uninstall (somenthing is corrupted).

    Question - Is there some way I can force the uninstallation of this
    program ?

    (I do not want to re-install the 'factory image' which came with the
    Acer machine just to be able to rescue or uninstall this one application.)

    Thanks for any pointers.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    02 Mar 2008 #2
    Mick Murphy Guest

    RE: How to uninstall stubborn (or corrupt) application?


    Acer have used NTI CD-burner software for years, instead of Nero, etc.

    Acer's respone has always been full reinstall!

    As you don't have a disk(Acer again!), forget about that burning program,
    and install Nero, or whatever CD-Burning Program that you wish to.

    You DON'T have to uninstall NTI, to install a new program to do the job
    Just forget about it; and don't try to open it!

    Cheers!
    --
    Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia


    "occam" wrote:

    > My portable came with something called 'NTI CD & DVD -Maker 7'
    > pre-installed (as was Vista Business). I have no re-installation disk
    > for it -nor for Vista Business
    >
    > When I tried to run the NTI software, it said it was corrupted -- please
    > to re-install. As I could not re-install, I decided to uninstall it.
    > Alas, same problem - cannot uninstall (somenthing is corrupted).
    >
    > Question - Is there some way I can force the uninstallation of this
    > program ?
    >
    > (I do not want to re-install the 'factory image' which came with the
    > Acer machine just to be able to rescue or uninstall this one application.)
    >
    > Thanks for any pointers.
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    02 Mar 2008 #3
    C.B. Guest

    Re: How to uninstall stubborn (or corrupt) application?




    "occam" <occam@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:ub3BS7HfIHA.3940@xxxxxx

    > My portable came with something called 'NTI CD & DVD -Maker 7'
    > pre-installed (as was Vista Business). I have no re-installation disk for
    > it -nor for Vista Business
    >
    > When I tried to run the NTI software, it said it was corrupted -- please
    > to re-install. As I could not re-install, I decided to uninstall it. Alas,
    > same problem - cannot uninstall (somenthing is corrupted).
    >
    > Question - Is there some way I can force the uninstallation of this
    > program ?
    >
    > (I do not want to re-install the 'factory image' which came with the Acer
    > machine just to be able to rescue or uninstall this one application.)
    >
    > Thanks for any pointers.

    occam,

    See the link below.

    http://www.ntius.com/support.asp

    C.B.


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    It is the responsibility and duty of everyone to help the underprivileged
    and unfortunate among us.

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  4.    02 Mar 2008 #4
    John Guest

    Re: How to uninstall stubborn (or corrupt) application?


    Look for a program called Installer Cleanup... msicuu2.exe

    "occam" <occam@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:ub3BS7HfIHA.3940@xxxxxx

    > My portable came with something called 'NTI CD & DVD -Maker 7'
    > pre-installed (as was Vista Business). I have no re-installation disk for
    > it -nor for Vista Business
    >
    > When I tried to run the NTI software, it said it was corrupted -- please
    > to re-install. As I could not re-install, I decided to uninstall it. Alas,
    > same problem - cannot uninstall (somenthing is corrupted).
    >
    > Question - Is there some way I can force the uninstallation of this
    > program ?
    >
    > (I do not want to re-install the 'factory image' which came with the Acer
    > machine just to be able to rescue or uninstall this one application.)
    >
    > Thanks for any pointers.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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