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Windows 7: I can't uninstall that program

05 Apr 2014   #11

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Win 10 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kurdman View Post
The blue Tooth device is a hardware snip without any name to finding it's driver on the Web and also when putting it into the USB port (for first time), the machine (each machine) itself installs its driver automatically and easily but this time I used that pack for installing its driver which was a mistake!
I also tried to install it again from that pack and then uninstall it but each time I faced that error. I also tried to use the Cleaner tool for uninstalling but same outcome.
Driverpack is a tool which recognizes all drivers of Windows hardware (Audio, Video card, chipset and etc) and easily offers driver for each one. there isn't need to surf the Web for finding the drivers when existing driverpack.
You're right, it was a mistake. You are not the first or the last to have problems with driver finder programs, which is why they are not recommended.

Just bite the bullet and do the system restore, there is this great place called SevenForums that can help you find the correct drivers.

I have no idea why you want to keep Babylon, the security forum is peppered with threads of those trying to get rid of it.

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05 Apr 2014   #12

windows 7 32-bit

Babylon is a dictionary tool which since I'm not perfect in English so I certainly need it. In addition, suppose I uninstall the babylon but the problem still exists! My purpose is to uninstalling the blue tooth program. And about the system restore dates, there are only three ones which all are after installing drivers!
There isn't any program to uninstall that app really!!!?
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07 Apr 2014   #13

windows 7 32-bit

FYI, I used the "iobituninstaller" tool and it solved the problem. Thanks for your opinions.
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