Forum Thread: CAN'T GET RID OF THIS PROGRAM...

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Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) 3.x

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Geekette CAN'T GET RID OF THIS PROGRAM...
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I am unable to remove this program, and it does not show up in the ADD/REMOVE PROGRAM LIST..

Maurice Joyce RE: CAN'T GET RID OF THIS PROGRAM...
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Last edited on 21st Apr, 2012 08:44
U have still got this thread open despite numerous attempts to ask U to reply:

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/125...

Is the PowerPoint issue resolved?

Why do U want to remove MSXML 3 - it may be required by some third party programmes installed on your PC. It will not be found in Control Panel>add/remove by default.

MSXML 3.0
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MSXML3 is a current MSXML product, represented by msxml3.dll. MSXML 3.0 SP2 first shipped with Windows XP, Internet Explorer 6.0 and MDAC 2.7. Windows XP SP2 includes MSXML 3.0 SP5 as part of MDAC 2.81.By default, Internet Explorer version 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0 use MSXML 3 to parse XML documents loaded in a window. Windows XP SP3 includes MSXML 3.0 SP9, Windows Vista has MSXML 3.0 SP10 & Windows 7 MSXML 3 SP11

We require to see the Troubleshoot Report like U published on the other thread.

MSXML 3 is secure if updated to version 3.0.4506.4926 on Windows 7 for example.

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ddmarshall RE: CAN'T GET RID OF THIS PROGRAM...
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Is it a similar situation to this?
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/w...

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