[thelist] i am new and desperate

Jeremy Coulson jcoulson at co.frederick.va.us
Thu Jun 14 07:04:38 CDT 2007

Ah ha.  I will try method 2.  Actually, I missed that in all of my Googling.

I know I should have been more specific and technical.  I hate when my users
try to get me to solve problems and they aren't specific enough.  Now I am a

Kate: I'm trying not to reinstall Windows at all because there is an
important piece of software for our organization which I will be unable to
reinstall because someone stole the installation CD.  

Thanks for the advice, folks!  I will try the Spuninst idea this afternoon
and let you know if it was successful.

Jeremy Coulson, PC Technician/Webmaster
County of Frederick
(540) 722-8211
jcoulson at co.frederick.va.us

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Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2007 5:02 PM
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Subject: Re: [thelist] i am new and desperate

Jeremy Coulson scribeva in 13/06/2007 20:29:
> Greetings new friends!  I joined this list out of desperation to solve a
> problem.  Hopefully I will find it a fit for me to stay well beyond
> this solution.

You might find lists like this more helpful if you adapt some practices 
form this fine piece: <http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html>
Especially "Use meaningful, specific subject headers".

> So, if anyone has some brilliant suggestion
> about completely removing all remnants of IE from an XP Pro machine,
> let me know.  I -- and the taxpayers! -- will really appreciate it.

Have you tried this search:
and the first result:
Method 2 probably is the ticket.


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