How to remove the registry for a software?

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How to remove the registry for a software?

Actually, I installed a software of a trial version with have 30 days validity.

After passing a month, it shows SOFTWARE HAS BEEN EXPIRED.

So, I found from a web source, says Remove the registry file from the windows and then re-install from initial.

So, now can anyone tell me how to remove the registry file of the particular file and where does it locate?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #84151

How to remove the registry for a software?

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Hello..

Removing registry of the program is so easy.

Once you Uninstall the program from control panel and its folder from your drive just follow the following steps to delete its registry.

1. Go to start.

2. Find "Run". If you are using Vista in the search type in Run and open it.

3. Now when the Run program opens type in "regedit"and press Ok.

4. Now you'll see different kind of Hkey. Expand then and find the folder containing the software you want to remove.

5. Once found delete the folder.

6. Restart your computer now.

There you are the registry of your program have been deleted and its completed Uninstalled now.

Hope this solution will work for you.

Regards.

Answered By 0 points N/A #84152

How to remove the registry for a software?

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Hi,

The solution or to remove the registry entries for a software, I recommend that you must download the RegCure By ParetoLogic software to this site:

Make sure that you download properly the RegCure by ParetoLogic software, simply attempt to install to your computer, and then I suggest that you restart you PC after you install the ReGCure, and then after that you can start scanning the system and just simply deleted the founded registry. 

This RegCure highly recommended removing a registry for software to your machine because they found that the RegCure most dependable and fast. 

Ben

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