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Can't uninstall fb2k v1.3 beta1
webpassport
post Oct 25 2013, 03:33
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Today, I find fb2k has a new version, so I download it from official website.
But when I'm installing it, I wrongly installed it on Disk C;
So I just decide to reinstall it,
But when I double click the "uninstall.exe",
Windows appears a warning:
The wrong information is as follows:
The "0x100018cb" Command Reference "0x001840000" memory, the memory could not be "read"
Is there anyone can help me? crying.gif
By the way, my computer system is xp3
Thank you!
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Case
post Oct 25 2013, 14:39
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You can safely remove the wrongly installed folder manually and reinstall into the right location. Registry entries will be corrected by the new installation.
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post Oct 26 2013, 06:58
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QUOTE (Case @ Oct 25 2013, 21:39) *
You can safely remove the wrongly installed folder manually and reinstall into the right location. Registry entries will be corrected by the new installation.

Thanks you very much!
With the help of you, my problem has been solved.
Now, it can be operated properly.
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