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  1. #1
    Mr. E.
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    Unfortunately my backup image for Disk 1 of MicroHelp Uninstaller 4 is useless because the original floppy disk must have been corrupted at the time of backup.

    The backup image of Disk 2 seems to be OK.

    Can anyone supply me with an image of Disk 1?

    Thanks, Mr. E.

    Program Name: MicroHelp Uninstaller 4
    Website: nil (was www.microhelp.com, then www.cybermedia.com, then www.mcafee.com, now gooooone)
    Current version: nil (I think the last version released was 6)
    Desired versions: Version 4
    Description: Utility released by MicroHelp about 1997 to allow full removal (and restoration) of files and registry entries of unwanted programs. It also makes a fully transportable compressed backup copy of installed programs (including files and registry entries). It also enables the movement of the storage directories for a program to be moved to other drives on the sytem without re-installation.

    Love it !
    Miss it sadly !

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    Originally posted by Mr. E.+Jul 18 2004, 06:26 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Mr. E. @ Jul 18 2004, 06:26 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Unfortunately my backup image for Disk 1 of MicroHelp Uninstaller 4 is useless because the original floppy disk must have been corrupted at the time of backup.

    The backup image of Disk 2 seems to be OK.

    Can anyone supply me with an image of Disk 1?[/b]


    This description makes it sound like it was a retail app. Not something you downloaded as shareware/freeware.

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    Why do you only have freeware and shareware?
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  3. #3

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    Originally posted by Unregistered Mr. E. Posted@Jul18 2004, 06:26 AM
    It also enables the movement of the storage directories for a program to be moved to other drives on the sytem without re-installation.
    You might like to try the free program mentioned in this thread
    http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...t=ST&f=3&t=1826

  4. #4
    Mr. E.
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    >QUOTE (FAQS @ http://www.oldversion.com/faq.php )
    >Why do you only have freeware and shareware?
    >This is not a "warez" site. We are able to legally distribute only freeware and shareware, since they are >free.

    Sorry. Didn&#39;t see this in the "About" section. Didn&#39;t think to look in the fine-print in the FAQ section.
    I&#39;m not looking for "warez". Just asking around for a backup for something for which I paid good money.
    The originators are no longer selling or supporting.

    Thanks anyway. I&#39;ll just keep asking. Someone out there must be able to help.

    Until then; It&#39;s just a Mr. E. to me ;-)

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    Originally posted by Mr. E. Posted Unregistered@Jul 22 2004, 11:35 AM[/quote
    Thanks anyway. I&#39;ll just keep asking. Someone out there must be able to help.
    I&#39;m 97% sure your right, just not here please.
    --------------------------------
    Most of the products that MicroHelp sold were licensed from outside developers.MicroHelp may of had a trial but I&#39;m unable to locate it.
    Cybermedia Uninstaller 5.1 14 day trial win95/98/NT
    http://ftp.pcworld.com/pub/new/utilities/o...er/unitrial.zip << 1614.1KB


 

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