Partition Magic 7.0 Uninstalling problems

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I have problem with uninstalling both Boot Magic 7.0 and Partition Magic 7.0. I had not made many partitions, but when Boot magic is loaded the processes asking me to select two operating system. Win XP or MSDOS. I decided not to install this in XP, so want uninstall this. When I try to do this though, it initializes InstallShield Wizard, which promptly spits the following message at me:

Severe

Unable to load DLL.
          OK.

When I clicked on OK, then both program stay. Anyone know of a way to uninstall this beast without the wizard?

Help please!

Unable to load DLL.
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Partition Magic 7.0 Uninstalling problems

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Hi Ribon,

Hope you are doing well.

  • You may try to have the application re installed again then have the system reboot.
  • When you have the application re installed make sure it will be on the same folder so as to replace the missing files that gives you the error. Reboot your computer after installing it again. After your system has booted try to run the un install again from the Add / Remove Programs. This should let you uninstall the applications without showing you those errors again.

I hope this helps you solve the error that keeps coming up when you do the un installation.

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Partition Magic 7.0 Uninstalling problems

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I suggest you to uninstall Partition Magic but first to check and repair for corrupted files within the root directory of your partition magic software.

  1. Open the command prompt and type this chkdsk C: /f and restart your PC when told. In case your partition magic is installed in drive d, then use this command chkdsk d: /f.
  2. Go to control panel and remove partition magic and any other entries associated with it.
  3. Open regedit on the RUN window CTRL + R, and navigate to this entry. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession Manager look for the entry bootExecute in the right panel and double click it and remove any entries with Xmnt2002.

Cheers.

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