Removal of Program from Add/Remove Programs list :
One common problem is that once the program is removed, its entry remains in the Add/Remove Programs list. To remove the entry manually, you will need to edit your Registry.
Go to Start | Run and type Regedit. Go to the key Hkey_local_machine- Software -Microsoft Windows-CurrentVersion- Uninstall. There you will see a series of programs, with one for each entry in the Add/Remove dialog box. When you find the programs with the values for the nonfunctioning entry, delete the entire program.
TRACK YOUR LAPTOP
NOW YOU CAN TRACK YOUR LAPTOP INCASE IT GET LOST OR STOLEN USING A NEW TECHOLOGY FROM QUICK HEAL
LOG ON TO THE WEBSITE : http://www.trackmylaptop.net/withoutqh.php
AND FILL YOUR CONTACT DETAILS AND THE MAC ID
VERY IMPORTANT : NOTE DOWN THE LAPTOP MAKE, MODEL NO & MAC ID OF THE EVERY LAPTOP IN YOUR RECORDS.
PROCEDURE FOR NOTING THE LAPTOP MAC NUMBER
MAC ID is the physical address of your laptop. It has twelve alphanumeric characters separated into six groups of two characters. Each group is separated by a hyphen. An example for a MAC ID is as follows: 00-14-85-0D-37-29. Users can provide up to 3 MAC IDs, in case their laptops have multiple network interface (eg. Ethernet, Wi-Fi, etc).
The MAC ID of the laptop (only for laptops with Windows Operating Systems) can be obtained as follows
For Windows XP
1. Click Start -> Control Panel.
2. The Control Panel window opens. Click Network and Internet Connections..
3. The Network and Internet Connections window opens. Click Network Connections.
4. The Network Connection window opens. Double-click Local Area Connection icon.
5. The Local Area Connection Status dialog opens. Click Support tab.
6. Click Details button
7. The value corresponding to Physical Address is the MAC ID of the system.
For Windows Vista and Windows 7
1. Click Windows icon -> Control Panel
2. The Control Panel window opens. Click Network and Sharing Center.
3. The Network and Sharing Center window opens. Click View Status
4. The Local Area Connection Status dialog box opens. Click Details button.
5. The value corresponding to Physical Address is the MAC ID of the system.
COMMAND LINE MODE
1. Click Start -> Run
2. The Run dialog box opens. Enter the command cmd in the text box and click OK.
3. The command line editor of windows opens. Type the command ipconfig /all and press Enter key.
4. If you are using a wired Internet, then the MAC ID of the system will be the value corresponding to the Physical Address field under the Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection section. If you are using a wireless Internet then the MAC ID of the system will be the value corresponding to the Physical Address field under the Wireless Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection section.