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I am trying to upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 (both Home Premium). The installer stops and tells me I need to uninstall the following two programs: 'Verisoft Access Manager' and 'HP Imagezone'. However, neither of them are listed in the Control Panel Uninstall list, and I cannot find any registry entries for them either. So I am stuck.

I really don't want to do a clean install, as the computer doesn't belong to me and I don't want to mess anything up for the owner.

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I went into Google and typed the following: Verisoft Access Manager remove

Turns out that it's part of "Asus Security Protect Manager", which you can remove from your system.

Regarding the HP software, it's probably part of an all-in-one printer software package that you'll need to remove.

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