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Old 20-03-2003, 05:02
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Why doesnt my MOHAA Uninstall????????

I have already completed the game and when I was going to uninstall it I highlighted the remove button and it did the maintenence job. I decided to delete the file from the C: drive but I cant re-install it. How do I uninstall????????????
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Old 20-03-2003, 09:07
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You must remove everything from Mohaa. Also the entrys in the registry.
I would say, download tools like Regcleaner. They remove dead links in the registry.
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Old 20-03-2003, 11:13
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Search for the following key in the registry and delete it (there may be more than one so delete them all)

0dea94ed-915a-4834-a87e-388d012c8e02


If you cant find that key then maybe you have a different edition of the game or something, so insert the cd, open up setup.ini in the root of the cd and look at the ProductGUID - that's the value you should look for and delete.
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sure fire way of uninstalling MOHAA

get an old DOS disk and boot to it (or hit f5 when booting 98 or 95)

type "format C:\" without quotes.

confirm the command and wait - this will take care of most uninstalling problems.



(i cannot be held responsible for any data loss as a result of anyone being stupid enough to actually do this)
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take no notice of the above post.
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Indeed, the right command is of course "fdisk", only bad people with bad intentions would recommend "format".

PS This is even more of a (lame) joke. Do not try this out. If you're really interested in destroying your data/pc, give me a pm and I'll give you my top secret list of really cool ways to blow up a pc
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Problem Solved????

Did this problem ever get solved? If so how? Thanx
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Old 11-07-2004, 21:10
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[email protected] described pretty much how to do it. Follow his instructions and it should be solved.
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Old 11-07-2004, 21:13
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uh?

sorry i didn't understand exactly what a registary was and where to look for it? could you help? i'm a wee bit clueless here!!
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Old 11-07-2004, 21:20
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Well, I'm going to get some sleep now (3 AM here) but tomorrow I'll TRY to explain how to do it.
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non-fiction ur are not at all Funny
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I found this number ghosthacker is talking about in the setup icon thing. but when i try and go out of it it asks me to save? any suggestions. please?
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I found this number ghosthacker is talking about in the setup icon thing. but when i try and go out of it it asks me to save? any suggestions. please?
Contact the publisher for help?
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Old 12-07-2004, 02:41
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should i save when the machine asks me to save the new setup once i've deleted the key and if so what should i save it as?
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Old 12-07-2004, 06:12
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Unhappy Help!!

I'm trying to uninstall MOHAA and can't seem to. I've been instructed to delete the registry number but then the machine asks me to save and when i try and do that it won't let me. Is there something I'm doing wrong or can someone who is a wee bit more proficient help?
PlEASE?
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