Sorry, but no. The link I gave you yesterday itself has detailed links describing exactly how to edit the registry.
It looks a little scary if you have not done it before, but it is no different to editing a long and complex document.
First, make a backup of your registry (as described on Norton's site). Then print out the instructions.
Then take them exactly one step at a time. Although there are many steps, each one is simple in itself.
Your suggestion of just deleting files and folders will leave you with the worst of both worlds - a program that is not there, but a registry that thinks it is, and tries to run it. A sure recipe for serious grief.
Once you get into it, and take it slowly and step-by-step, I'm sure it won't be nearly as difficult as you imagine :)
(Link to previous thread - click here )