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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.