how do i get rid of final media player from vista PC

December 14, 2011 at 09:46:33
Specs: Windows Vista
I have stupidly downloaded "Final media player" complete with a load of other crap. I think I have got rid of the periphery rubbish but the media player is still giving grief and does not appear in the program list for uninstall....I will be really grateful if one of you guys can bale me kind to me I am not a techy..just and old crumbly trying desperately to keep up.. Running Vista Best Regards Ian

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December 14, 2011 at 09:57:20
try revo uninstaller in hunter mode to remove it.

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December 14, 2011 at 13:36:32
During the installation Final Media Player always add Uninstall entries in both the Windows Control Panel and in the Final Media Player menu itself (Start button -> All Programs -> FinalMediaPlayer -> Uninstall). Select any of these two to uninstall Final Media Player.

If all above fails, then something has removed the uninstall option from your PC. Do you run any "system cleaner" or "system optimizer" tools that could have removed them? In that case I would suggest that you re-download and install it again. This will repair the uninstall option which you can run immediately after. Restart your PC before re-installing the trial version, and don't start Final Media Player before running the uninstaller.

Final Media Player offers other products during the installation, but they are 100% optional. A screen is displayed per product offered, and you specifically have to click the "Accept" button to install it.

It is (of course) 100% optional to install additional products.

The products offered are TRUSTe certified, meaning they are guaranteed not to contain any malware or spyware at all. They also come with an uninstaller, making it very easy to remove them afterward through the Windows Control Panel.

Best regards,

Brian Rasmusson
Bitberry Software

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