Solved how to remove all nikon software from my computer

May 5, 2015 at 15:33:24
Specs: Windows 7 starter
I want to remove all Nikon software from my computer .Managed to get rid of two programs but one remains that will not uninstall. Nikon movie editor v 2.2.1. and there's a bunch of other Nikon crap that shows up during my security scans and it takes a long time for the scans to get through them. How do I flush this toilet?

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May 5, 2015 at 15:37:22
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Download and install the FREE version of this program. It works pretty well.

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May 5, 2015 at 15:59:39
I don't know if I'm doing this right, I'm not a forums user. It said there was an answer to my question but I can't see it. this screen came up. Is anybody there? Tell me how to find the answer to my question. Tnx Haldon
O.K. I think I figured it out. Ignore the above.

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May 5, 2015 at 16:09:48
The answer is in the post above yours - i.e. #2 above #3

Grasshopper has suggested (given a link to) revounistaller.

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May 5, 2015 at 16:30:16
Had a look at the web site, The down load is free but there's a fee after 30 days. Is there an obligation to buy after the 30 days?

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May 5, 2015 at 16:31:45
Thanks for your help, I'm slowly figuring this forum thing out.

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May 5, 2015 at 16:47:09

click the link I posted and look at the lefthand column where it says "FREEWARE". Scroll down to the bottom of the page and under that free column press the download button. I think you're looking at the paid version. That may be free for 30 days, but the free version is free, period.

Here's another link to the free version.

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May 5, 2015 at 17:08:14

You might also try this software by Nikon. It supposedly cleans out all the crap left over after an uninstall.

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May 7, 2015 at 14:32:18
Grasshopper, It took me three attempts to successfully download. Don't know why. Successfully deleted Nikon and who knows what else. I ticked a bunch of boxes without knowing what they where, they where highlighted so goodbye. Some screens came up trying to sell me product to save my computer from certain and immediate death, I ignored them. I remembered them from when I first got my computer and was advised by more knowledgeable people not to go there. So I'll go on from here and see
if there is any improvement in my computers performance or I've deleted something I actually needed. I'm hoping the software scanned and removed anything else bad. I had a look through my programs listing and they all looked familiar, for what ever that's worth. There was one I hadn't seen before Termsco or something to that effect so I deleted that. The main thing is Nikon appears to be gone!!! Hallelujah!! I'll see when I run my scans. Thanks very much for your help and especially for your patience with my lack of computer skills. Regards Haldon

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May 7, 2015 at 15:03:50
Invariably pop ups and such that offer to sell you software to "rescue, save, fix, or whatever your computer are not worth considering; nor wise to.

Equally those that offer to scan your system and then "discover" a humungous number of problems - which 'they" can magically fix - for a fee...; avoid those too.

There are excellent freebies about; many recommended regularly here which will clean out junk, pests, malware, viruses etc. - and as I say free.

You might be wise to run one or two of the basic utilities used here as a starter...


(Get the free version; and don't bother with any download manager if offered...)


Junkware Removal Tool (JRT)

JRT installs itself to the desktop, from where you run it. It will open a small dos window; follow the instructions therein. JRT will reboot the system as part of the process.

When you install the above - do NOT use automatic option; use CUSTOM/MANUAL option. Carefully uncheck any prechecked boxes (so helpfully prechecked...) as you will then avoid all manner of unwanted stuff, and changes to your preferences etc...

Retain any logs generated; they may be useful later if you wish to take things a little further in terms of cleaning up the system, and making things more secure..

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May 11, 2015 at 14:20:36
I'm still learning the revo thing. I will run the suggested programs you provided as well.
I haven't been on my computer the last few days. Hope to get caught up in the next few. regards haldon

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May 11, 2015 at 14:26:32
Well, Haldon, we all started to learn somewhere. Over the years, I made quite a few computers into paperweights before I learned what not to do. trvir supplies some useful programs to get rid of the popups etc. Good Luck to you.

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May 18, 2015 at 15:37:42
grasshopper and others, the removal was not successful. Further there is more crap on my computer than there was before. I downloaded all the above suggested so I don't know where the crap actually came from. Ignore the successful message posted by the site, it was premature and incorrect. I'm done with internet "help" see ya later.

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May 19, 2015 at 09:15:39
Sorry we couldn't help, but with the advice you were given, you obviously can't follow directions and don't know what you're doing. The Geek squad will gladly relieve you of your money. Give them a try. Good luck to you.

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May 19, 2015 at 10:04:19
Run this one as it clears out a lot of "stuff" that hides within windows and can't be easily deleted/defeated by utilities running within windows.

Kaspersky Rescue Disk - download the free ISO; burn to a dvd; boot with the dvd. It will load itself (a Linux bases OS) into RAM only. Then will go online to update itself; after-which it will scan the entire system fully to deal with anything it finds.

After that reboot and go to:

Download and run the utility - ideally in safe-mode, but normal" is OK too.

It will do a lot and clear out a few pests; also resolve anything amiss it finds as a result of whatever...

It's free, but they appreciate wee donation; it is safe and reliable to use.
There are other cleaner utils too that may be required; but let's see what the above do first?

Retain any logs generated...

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