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  1. Wayne
    September 27, 2014 @ 12:47 pm

    Unfortunately, it wasn't as simple as this. The first time I tried Uninstall from the Control Panel, nothing happened. I tried to delete the folder manually but was told the files were in use by another program. So I went into the registry using regedit and deleted all evidence of YTdownloader from the main tree and from the "Run" sub-folders. Then I used msconfig to uncheck Ytdownloader in the Startup panel. After all that I was able to remove the Ytdownloader sub-folder from the Programs folder using Uninstall. That seems to have worked. The good news is that my Avast anti-virus program blocked Ytdownloader every time it tried something.


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