On Sun, 4 Feb 2007 14:20:28 -0800, "Peter Afonin"
>When I try to perform an upgrade from Windows XP to Vista, I'm getting
>message after compatibility check that I need to uninstall Nero Burning Rom.
>First, I have a latest version of Nero which is compatible with Vista. It's
>not even called "Burning Rom" anymore, just Nero 7. Perhaps, something had
>been left from the previous version.
>Second, I uninstalled it, even cleaned the registry and used Nero Cleanup
>tool - still getting the same message.
>Did anyone had the same problem?
Nero while a nice suite of applications is very difficult to remove.
Always has been. Go to their site and look around for something they
call Clean tools. Following link is for version 6, they probably have
something for 7 somwhere. The problem is this is a very hard
application to COMPLETELY uninstall. To nobody's surprise using
Microsoft next to useless add/remove (how you are suppose to be able
to remove any application from Windows) accessible from control panel,
doesn't get it all. The result is a unstable system. Uninstall using
Nero's tool, get Vista up and running, (lots of luck) then once you
do, reinstall Nero. http://www.nero.com/nero6/enu/Clean_Tools.html
I had the same issue trying to get rid of version 6. It finally worked
after repeated tries.