If you have iplayer installed and not the web player in favourites, then try Ccleaner or Revo uninstaller. If neither can find iplayer installed then you only have the web player of iplayer in bookmarks or favourites and nothing installed.
I realise that iPlayer wasn't listed but did you enable "show hidden files and folders" as in the instruction? Did you try to delete any directory entries as per the article? Other than that, I agree with rdave 13 above.
Many thanks rdave13 and difarn.
I am having problems with progammes not responding on my laptop (Win Vista sp2).
I saw on the web that iPlayer may cause this problem and so decided to see if uninstalling it made any difference.
I'm writing this on my desktop (Win XPsp3)and I've also looked there in Control Panel/Add Remove Programs as well but iPlayer isn't listed but is definitely on the PC.
I've been using CCleaner for some years but it doesn't show up there either on both my systems.
The BBC uninstall procedure is confusing for non-techies like me since it assumes that iPlayer will be in the list of programs.I was interested to find out where it was located.
Thanks again difarn.I forgot to mention that I'd managed to enable view hidden files.Accessing the Directory as you suggest is much clearer than the way described in iPlayer Help.
Instruction 2-wouldn't let me delete.The box to click on is greyed-out.