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Thread: Tried to uninstall using add/remove and manual

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    Default Tried to uninstall using add/remove and manual

    Operating System: XP Home SP2
    Burning Software: none
    Anti-virus Software: AVG 7.0
    DAEMON Tools Version: Daemon 3.47

    I use a program that monitors changes in the registry. I have used the add/remove and I have tired the manual method outlined here in the forums. I have tried re-installing and using add/remove in case the un-install was bugged?

    I notice this value in the registry persists in spite of my efforts:

    NvCplDaemon RUNDLL32.EXE C:\WINDOWS\system32\NvCpl.dll,NvStartup

    I can delete it but it always comes back on the next re-boot

    The program that I use that monitors the registry changes says that a value is deleted each time I reboot. It reports entry Daemon Tools-1033 old data C:\Program Files\D-Tools\daemon.exe" -lar

    So this means each time I reboot I see that registry notification and if I check the registry the above registry entry in the 'Run' is there again.

    Any ideas?

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    NvCpl points to nVidia Display Icon in control panel, this is NOT Daemon Tools related :!:
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    Default hmmmm

    Ahhh well I saw the word Daemon nearby I assumed that was the registry entry that was causing me the grief. My mistake.

    Still...each reboot I get the following:

    Category: System startup Global entry
    Change: Value Deleted
    Entry: Daemon Tools-1033
    Old data: C:\Program Files\D-Tools\daemon.exe" -lar

    If I re-install Daemon tool the registry entry goes away and stays away. If i un-install Daemon tools I get this report each reboot.

    Thanks for the help. =)

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    Hm? What do you expect? Your reg monitor tells you that the value/key was deleted, so seems ok?
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