I made a Test Install on my PC at work, but now I have a Problem to unistall 7-ZIP. The System needs the "7-zipn.dll", so I can't delete it completely.
My OS is Win2000 Professional.
Usually, Windows will release unused files after one reboot. If you're unable to delete it after rebooting, try this program to delete the file.
I installed the AddRemoveMaster and all files are deleted now but the *.dll is still running and needed by Windows.
Do you think this problem will be history with the porgramm linked up ???
Please excuse my english, but i'm german ;-)
Reboot under C:\ prompt only:
where for 'fullpath' you type the path to 7-zipn.dll
Used Add/Remove Programs to uninstall 7zip.Message received "Cannot find a device file, Windows registry or System.INI file refers to this device file but it no longer exists. Try uninstalling associated application." What the heck am I to do?????? Have an older computer and Windows 98SE
Kick out the directory from DOS (boot to DOS or
shutdown to DOS) with DELTREE.
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