because trying to uninstall it with revo uninstaller and the default uninstaller doesn’t work..
I understand that I can use this: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Currentversion\Uninstall\[avira]\Uninstall String — to uninstall the program, i was just wondering how to word the command so that windows understands what I am doing and doesn’t say ‘windows cannot find the path specified’
This is not something to use command prompt for.
Open the Start Menu by clicking the Windows orb or pressing the Windows key.
A regedit.exe shortcut should appear in the left pane of the Start menu.
Click that and the Registry Editor will load.
Be very careful when making changes to the registry.
A mistake can cause serious problems for your computer.
It’s a good idea to request guidance at a tech forum, such as this:
on: 9th August 10