I already gave you the link to the remover here:
It specifically lists Ad-Aware as one of the applications it has been
tested with repeatedly:
The program has been recommended to me by people who work for some of
the major anti-virus companies, as an alternative uninstaller in
situations just like this.
I really do not understand why you choose to ignore it.
Glen Ventura, MS MVP Oct. 2002 - Sept. 2009
"jwmtx" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Yes, I have tried all these things mentioned without success. On my
> remove" program it shows Adaware using 29 mb of space but it's folder
> empty. How can I remove this entry on the programs listed? Thank you,
> "VanguardLH" wrote:
>> jwmtx wrote:
>> > I have Adaware free installed. It will not let me uninstall it. It
>> > just
>> > flashes once and stays there. How can I uninstall it? Thank you
>> > James
>> Start here:
>> Also, it's possible the new dialog window is hiding under another
>> Did you close all applications (so they have no windows open) and
>> then run
>> their uninstaller? If there are other windows left open, tried
>> moving them
>> off the side to see if the new dialog window was underneath?
>> Tried disabling/exiting their program or any remnant processes for it
>> running their uninstaller?