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provoke.bpk

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I don't understand what you mean by "hard to delete". If you want to wipe your hard drive clean use Dban.
 

Elbatrop1

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Moved this here, as it had nothing at all to do with Building, Buying, or upgrading a computer:confused:

Anyways, I use YourUninstaller 2006 for what you describe. It uses the built-in uninstaller, but also removes leftover files, and cleans up the registry.
 

KSoD

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There is also a application called Force Delete. Google it and that might help you out.
 
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