I would still advocate following Belatucadrus' advice and downloading an Uninstaller programme for future use. Some of these types of progs need to monitor the installation from the moment you start loading something new. That way they can cross reference what is there before and after the installation, as well as create an installation log itself. That way, when you decide to uninstall a prog in the future, the Uninstaller knows exactly where and what to look for specifically. You get much cleaner uninstalls that way (hopefully!)
hi sattman, i don't think this is a case of wildly deleting files, the file can be deleted from the program files folder quite safely. If the file has impotant files regarding shared status quo (xp only???) the os will prompt for these to be deleted. Once these files are deleted and if stutrav finds this method is not quite the right one, he/she (pc) can easily retore the deleted files from the recycle bin.
Another point is that 99.99999999999999 % of all install/uninstaller programmes require the initial installation files to be run through it's own native programme to be effective. This is usually because of installation file program paths, etc, etc of which the uninstaller program would have no idea of if post installed.
I do not claim to be a computer genius and would appreciate if anyone could point out flaws in my analysis, however lets not forget stutrav needs our help in resolving this matter.