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i installed NTFS for Mac OS X (trial version) and removed it when it expired, but now every time I log on, I see this box that says "Your trial version has expired. To continue using the driver please buy it online" etc.

I removed the application and there's no entry under System Preferences -> Accounts -> Login Items for the application. I do have QuickApps (which lists all apps) under Login Items.

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

Are all of the files removed?

They include:

/Applications/Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X /Manual.pdf
/Applications/Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X/Register NTFS for Mac OS
/Library/Application Support/Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X/NTFS for Mac OS

The PDFs and such don't matter, it's just for complete removals sake. It's likely only the trial_expired_NTFS.plist and com.paragon.NTFS.trial.plist files.

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Thanks a lot!!! This was driving me nuts. I was missing the app support files. – Joel Jan 27 '10 at 0:55

In latest versions you can just do

System Preferences -> Paragon NTFS -> Settings tab -> Uninstall
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I have had the same problem(s). Mac OSX 10.5.8. Try accessing the following file:


Edit with a text editor (some will not work -- "Text Wrangler" worked for me. Make a duplicate file BEFORE editing (just in case). Remove the unnecessary coding -- everything between the <dict> AND </dict> coding INCLUDING the <dict> and </dict> coding as well.


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Go to System Preferences, open NTFS and press uninstall.

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