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PRINCE INDIA
Feb 26, 2014

Remove all VLC-related files

HELLO,I UNINSTALLED MY VLC FROM MY SYSTEM, NOW I WANT TO REMOVE ALL FILE WHICH CREATED WHEN IT WAS INSTALL, MEANS NO ONE CAN CHECK THAT I USE/ INSTALLED VLC MEDIA AT MY SYSTEM,PLZ PROVIDE ME THIS ANS VERY QUICK .THANKS IN ADVANCE.

jimlynch
03/04/2014
VLC Support and Help center
http://www.videolan.org/support/

You might want to check the VLC support center above, there are a lot of resources there. Hopefully it will help you out.
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Daniel-Eaton
02/27/2014

You can uninstall VLC media from control panel and automatically remove all the files which are related with VLC.

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Number6
02/26/2014
Assuming you are using Windows, you should also be aware that install/uninstall events of apps that use MSInstaller can be found in the event log. Click the start button, type eventvwr.msc, hit Enter. This will open event viewer. In the left pane, expand Windows Logs, then highlight Application. Then in the right pane click "Filter current log", and in the popup box for the Eventsources drop down list select MSInstaller. The eventvwr will now show only MSInstaller related actions in the main window, look for VLC related entries.
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aiden
02/26/2014

You could try software that is supposed to remove all associated files with the software you are installing. Revo is the only one I can think of at the moment, but I’m sure there are others. One thing that I’m not so sure about is if it will work after you have already uninstalled using the Windows uninstaller. If Revo doesn’t work, you could try CCleaner to get rid of any remaining associated files.

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