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Windows 7: Can't Uninstall Magic Disc, Causing Crashes

26 Feb 2014   #21

Windows Vista 32 bit
Uninstalling MagicDisc

1. Press Start
2. Search for 'magicdisc'
2. Click on 'unwise.exe'
4. Click on 'Uninstall' and 'Finish'
5. Go to Control Panel
6. Click on 'Uninstall Programs'
7. Refresh and MagicDisc is uninstalled

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 Can't Uninstall Magic Disc, Causing Crashes

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