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I have recently installed Music JukeBox. Post-installation, it is not working properly. I want to uninstall MusicJukebox, however, I get an error message:

The Path is not valid/Program maybe corrupted. Uninstall will not continue.

How can I uninstall this program?

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Update - I used RevoUninstaller (see below for more details),it did not remove the files/folders which I had to remove manually. I will keep you posted if I have any further problems/conflicts. – Kanini Oct 4 '09 at 16:30
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Here is a nice guide on how to do that: TechGuy Board

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Thanks for your response. When I looked for any process such as mmjb, mim etc., I do not fnd any in my Task Manager. I also get the following error message when I try to uninstall using Add/Remove programs (Step 2 in the link provided). The log file 'f:\program files\musicmatch\musicmatch jukebox\uninst.isu' is not valid or the data has been corrupted. Uninstallation will not continue. What do I do now? – Kanini Oct 2 '09 at 8:29

This can be done easily using RevoUninstaller

This searches and deletes all registry files and leftover files and folders from a program

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I was able to uninstall(?) using RevoUninstaller, but I do not think that it was a clean uninstall. It has removed it from Add/Remove Programs, however it was available in Start>Programs menu, which I manually deleted. Also, I had installed it on F:\Program Files\MusicMatch\MusicMatch Jukebox and when I navigate to that screen, I find all files and folders intact(?). There are lots of dll's, Configuration Settings etc., Systech - Any suggestions? – Kanini Oct 4 '09 at 2:43
Did you pick "Advanced" uninstall mode? – admintech Oct 5 '09 at 7:49
Yes, I did choose "Advanced" uninstall mode. – Kanini Oct 6 '09 at 18:56

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