Why Can’t You uninstall A Uniblue Program?

Posted by Gina Richter in Blog force uninstall
on September 27th, 2011 | 6 Comments

uniblueA while back, my brother was tricked into downloading its sampler product of Uniblue that supposedly checks and cleans the registry. Now, he cannot get it off his computer no matter what he try, including uninstall through Control Panel. The damn thing starts when he starts his computer. I’ve searched and found the parts of it, transferred them to my recycle bin and dumped the bin. It’s still on my computer.
Neither he nor I see any options provided to uninstall but we did get it off the computer finally.

Problem with Uniblue program
Namely, Uniblue RegistryBooster is a software program designed to clean out errors and old entries from the Windows registry that may cause errors and crashes in a computer system. That is to say, it is supposed to optimize performance and speed up startup and shutdown process. The removal process cannot be completed by computer users with a basic level of computer knowledge.

How to remove Uniblue the quickest way?
To uninstall Uniblue, first please close the program. By default the program is running in the background, in which case you should see the blue wrench icon in the system tray next to the system clock (lower right corner of your screen). Right-click on this icon and choose “Exit Registry Booster”.
If you do not see this icon, please press (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC) on your keyboard to open Task manager. Go to the “Processes” tab, find and select registrybooster.exe and then click on End Process.

Uninstall Uniblue through Start menu
The uninstaller can be launched directly from the Start -> Uniblue menu; Choose the sub-menu for the program you wish to uninstall, and choose ‘Uninstall’.

Uninstall Uniblue via Control Panel
1. Please make sure the program is closed. If the program icon is in the system-tray, right click on its icon and choose Exit.
2. From the Start menu, normally available on the bottom left of the screen, select Control Panel.

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3. From the Control Panel select Programs and Features (in Windows XP this is called Add or Remove programs).
Locate the entry for the Uniblue program in the list of installed applications.
4. Click once on this entry and then click on Remove or Uninstall. This will start the wizard to uninstall the program.

To make sure that you have removed Uniblue product entirely from your computer, you should check up delete the program files (once found) as such:
C:\Program Files\Uniblue

If all the Uninstaller Wizards fail to uninstall Uniblue software when the process is complete, or it still appear in the “All Programs” list.

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You need a Perfect Uninstaller to take it away either as a whole program or spited components. To put it differently, Perfect Uninstaller is able to complete a normal uninstall of useless program like partially removed McAfee Internet Security or forcible uninstall in hard drive.

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6 Responses to Why Can’t You uninstall A Uniblue Program?

  1. dirco wander -  September 27, 2011 at 9:50 am

    Nice site,i have bookmarked it for later use, thanks for info on Uniblue.

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  2. natalian sky -  September 27, 2011 at 10:00 am

    You got a really useful blog I have been here reading for about half an hour I am a newbie and your post on Uniblue program is valuable for me.

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  3. tiggers qudeak -  September 27, 2011 at 10:12 am

    My burned cd wont play on anything other than my computer after removing Uniblue software, i have slowed the burn rate down and is still appears to burn fast ,any ideas.

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  4. benn etteam -  September 27, 2011 at 10:19 am

    Hey…thanks for that Fantastic content on removing Uniblue. I’ll be checking back shortly for more info Cheers!

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  5. williams richter -  September 27, 2011 at 10:29 am

    I feel like I’m constantly looking for interesting things to read about a variety of niches, but I manage to include your blog among my reads every day because you have compelling entries that I look forward to Here’s hoping there’s a lot more top-notch material coming on Uniblue!

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    I know this if off topic but Im looking into starting my own blog and was curious what all is required to get set up? Im assuming having a blog like yours would cost a pretty penny? Im not very web savvy so Im not 100% sure. Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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