IE 7 beta1 uninstall problem

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  1. ratedrsuperstar

    ratedrsuperstar The Sexy Beast

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    i had installed ie7 beta 1 but then due to some problem i deleted the account from which it was installed now i cannot install ie7 beta2 because it is neither in add remove nor it updates itself to beta2.please help
     
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    Try to delete the "Program Files\Internet Explorer" folder (move it to recycle Bin, so that u can restore it if this trick doesnt work), then install BETA2...
     
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    You may use absolute un-installer
     
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    it_waaznt_me Coming back to life ..

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    To uninstall IE7 Beta 1, Try this :
    Start > Run > Appwiz.cpl <Press Enter>
    In the Add Remove Programs applet, Check the option that says Show updates.
    Now IE7 Beta 1 should be visible in the list.
     
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    I also had same problem,
    I used Advanced Un-installer 7.5.2, it uninstalled the IE7 beta 1 & reinstall the IE 6.
     
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    The problem can be solved by

    Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> (Check) Show Updates on top right corner -> Remove IE ! :)


    Make sure that you have clicked the 'Show Updates' checkbox.

    Rick
    www.CrazyEngineers.com
     
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