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Forum Thread: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter

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Absolute Video to Audio Converter 2.x

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herwig1965 uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
Member 1st Nov, 2011 09:58
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This is a trial out program, installed and uninstalled, but can not be removed completly, not with cc cleaner, not with windows an d not with revo uninstaller.
At the end I REinstalled a trial version, hoping I could remove it completly, but I did not succeed,

What I do not understand is that I never installed this program, It came with another try out, but I don't know wich one?.
I only do try outs from the site "http://www.gratissoftwaresite.nl/

Excuse me for the faults in mine englisch, mine first language is dutch.
Herwig

ddmarshall RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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What is it that is not removed?

You can contact the company at support@ivideosoft.com

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herwig1965 RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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When the PSI is scanning it says that the program, absolute video to audio converter is end of life?
So there must be something installed? I think a try out, installed and removed, but not completly because psi indicated now that there are security patches missing?
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ddmarshall RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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Please post the Troubleshoot Report
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

You can try installing this program:
http://www.comodo.com/home/support-maintenance/pro...

Then try installing the product again and using the Comodo Programs Manager to uninstall it.

I'm going to be uncontactable for a while.

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herwig1965 RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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Cheetah burner was causing the problem.
This free ware is no longer supported by his developer.

Yesterday I did not make the link between Absolute Video to Audio Converter.
By watching the path, I saw that cheetah converter was the problem.

Can it still be used, or is it better to uninstall it?



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herwig1965 RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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On mine latptop I did the deinstallation.

The PSI is back again at 100%
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ddmarshall RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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This type of program is not a high security risk. Attacks target widely installed products such as Adobe, Java and Office. However, if you can replace an unsupported program, it is advisable to do it.

If you need a simple freeware disk burning program, have a look at ImgBurn.
http://www.imgburn.com/

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herwig1965 RE: uninstalling absolute video to audio converter
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Thank you,
To burn I use Roxio.
I used cheetah to converse mp3. At the moment I use format factory(freeware)
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