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    Revo to Get Rid of All Armoury Crate

    If you have already uninstalled Armoury Crate, does anyone know how you would get Revo Uninstaller to then uninstall all the files still in your system left behind?

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    If you installed Armoury Crate using Revo - so it tracks all changes - then Revo may be able to continue where the uninstaller left off (I'm assuming you did the uninstall outside Revo).
    Another option I've used many times successfully is to re-install the software (Armoury) but MAKE SURE you do this via Revo's Install function. Once installed, get Revo to do the uninstall & deep scan etc.
    Last edited by mboogie; 12-13-2019 at 11:32 PM.

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    To add to that You can do the folders in the C drive as well. Just right click and select uninstall and it will clean them up that was as well. I always leave mine in Advanced as well when uninstalling programs.

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