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    Mohzer is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Need help uninstalling Wifi Max utility

    Well, those of us who play our portables online would know what Wifi max is(A really craptastic alternative to the official Nintendo dongle). My problem is pretty simple, but I'm finding it somewhat impossible to solve on my own. I've been using Wifi max for a while now, to get my Nintendo Wii, DS and PSP online. I've encountered many problems (such as the connection not working after a reset on my computer, requiring me to reinstall) but it'd always go back to working after reinstalling and resetting. This was an annoying process, but bearable, so I just ignored it and carried it out routinely. Now, my problem is that the last time the connection messed up and I uninstalled, I attempted to reinstall and the program claimed that it was already installed and attempted to remove it, even though I already did. I allowed it to do so, and attempted to install again but it gave me the same message. I tried uninstalling from the add/remove menu numerous times but to no avail. Does anyone have any suggestions besides getting a wireless router or formating? (I lack the drive CDs 'n can't even remember most of the ones I need) I'd gratefully appreciate it if someone could help me.

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    install it, go to the un-installer for it in the start menu and use that if it has one. If not, add remove is the next best thing.

    Go to the installation folder (C:\program files\wifi_max or whatever it is and delete the remains if any.

    reinstall and try again.

    If all else failes... do this next step.
    Now use a registry cleaner. CC cleaner is a good one. Be carefull what you clean though, and back up your computer before you do this. Also, read up on the best way to use this. I reccomend just scanning for invalid entries in the registry, but do as you like.

    now reinstall and try again.
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

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    Mohzer is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Man, I owe you big time. You don't know how much problems you fixed with that one post. -_- Thanks a -lot-, and by a -lot- I mean a -LOT-; which is very much, may I add.

 

 

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