how do i remove a program that will not delete

  nutty norm 16:53 PM 14 Aug 12
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I Had a free trial of a program called slideshow producer from Magix, since using it i have tried to delete everything, but only one thing remains the logo that will not budge, it keeps saying i need the administrator permission to delete this folder, ant thoughs please, Nutty norm

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:10 PM 14 Aug 12

something to try:-

first make sure you have the full path location of the file (logo)

the run an elevated command prompt

Open the Start Menu. Click on All Programs and Accessories, then right click on Command Prompt and click on Run as administrator.

type in delete followed by the path and name of the file e.g. c:\program files\magix\logo

press ok.

  KRONOS the First 17:15 PM 14 Aug 12

Is it a folder or a file,you mention logo,what exactly do you mean? Did you un-install it correctly? Using add and remove or Revo un-installer or something like that.

  nutty norm 20:24 PM 14 Aug 12

the answer to go to command prompt and log on as administrator did that then it says Delete is not recognised as an internal or an external command, so now what do i do, Nutty norm

  nutty norm 20:24 PM 14 Aug 12

the answer to go to command prompt and log on as administrator did that then it says Delete is not recognised as an internal or an external command, so now what do i do, Nutty norm

  nutty norm 20:24 PM 14 Aug 12

the answer to go to command prompt and log on as administrator did that then it says Delete is not recognised as an internal or an external command, so now what do i do, Nutty norm

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:27 PM 14 Aug 12

sorry

just use

del

del c:\program files\magix\logo

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