Looking for a workable way to get MyUninstaller 1.55 off your system? There are always many reasons that make you want to uninstall programs from your computer from time to time. To keep your computer work properly, it's always a good habit to uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 you haven't used for a long time. However, we cannot have everything we wish for. There may be also many problems that make you not able to uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 from your PC, such as program errors, program not listed in Programs and Features, corrupted programs and so on. Therefore, to help you out, we've also worked out a few workable methods as well.

Possible Error Caused by Incorrect Uninstall Methods

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The above error messages are all caused by incomplete uninstallation of related programs. Incompletely uninstallation of a program will leave some invalid keys in the system registry, which will cause such error pop-ups when the system still executes them.

Automatically Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 (Recommended):

This Automatic Uninstaller will completely scan through the whole registry and hard drive and detect all files and components that belong to MyUninstaller 1.55. With this Automatic Uninstaller, uninstalling a program completely can be as easy as ABC for you in the future.

Manually Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55:

Step 1: End all processes that are related to MyUninstaller 1.55

Step 2: Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55

Step 3: Delete invalid entries of MyUninstaller 1.55 in the registry

Step 4: Delete leftovers of MyUninstaller 1.55 in hard drive

Step 1: End all processes that are related to MyUninstaller 1.55

Hold Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys on the keyboard to open Task Manager. Then click on the related process and click End Process (in Windows 7, Vista) or End Task (in Windows 8) button.

Step 2: Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55

You can uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 by any of the following uninstall methods:

Method 1: Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 in Programs and Features

1. Open Programs and Features.

In Windows 7 and Vista,

Click Start menu, type in programs and feature and click on it to open.

In Windows 8 or later,

a. When in the "Start" screen, click Settings and type in programs and features

b. Click on Programs and Features from the Settings search results

2. Click on MyUninstaller 1.55 and click Uninstall to uninstall it from your computer.

Method 2: Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 using its Uninstall.exe

If you cannot find MyUninstaller 1.55 in Programs and Features, then you may be able to uninstall it thru its uninstall.exe.

a. For 32-bit Windows 7, Vista, 8 or later, open the C:\Program Files folder, open the program's folder (ex: WinRAR), and go to step 3 below.

b. For 64-bit Windows 7, Vista, 8 or later, open either the C:\Program Files folder for an installed 64-bit program or C:\Program Files (x86) folder for a installed 32-bit program, and open the program's folder (ex: WinRAR).

Method 3: Reinstall to Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55

If some of program files that are needed to uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 are missing or corrupted, you may fail to uninstall it. Believe it or not, reinstalling MyUninstaller 1.55 may do the trick. If you still keep the original disk or the download file of MyUninstaller 1.55, you can try that to repair the program. After repairing the program, you can try to uninstall it again.

Method 4: Use System Restore to Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55

System Restore is a useful built-in utility that allows computer users to roll back to the previous state when the computer works properly. If you have a habit of creating a system restore point before installing a new program, you can roll back to this system restore point if this new piece of program is not up to your expectation or cannot be uninstalled from your computer properly.

Step 3: Delete invalid entries of MyUninstaller 1.55 in the registry

Video Guide: How to back up and edit the registry

Note: It's very important for you to know that the registry is one of the most important part of the Windows system, you should be extremely careful when deleting any keys in the registry. Any small mistake can result in severe problems or even system crash. So removing MyUninstaller 1.55 by editing the registry is only recommended to computer users with certain computer knowledge. If you don't want to take the risk to damage your computer system, it's recomended that you use this Automatic Registry Cleaner to clean invalid keys.

Step 4: End all processes that are related to MyUninstaller 1.55

Even you uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 in Control Panel and remove invalid keys in the registry, there are still some folders left in hard drive. To completely remove MyUninstaller 1.55 from your system, you can go to the following locations to delete the folders of MyUninstaller 1.55.

C:\Program Files (x86)
C:\Program Files

Uninstall MyUninstaller 1.55 via Automatic Uninstaller

Manually uninstalling MyUninstaller 1.55 cannot promise a 100% removal of MyUninstaller 1.55, especially for computer users with little computer knowledge. If you have tried the above manual uninstall steps but still cannot get MyUninstaller 1.55 removed from your system, it's very necessary for you to use this Automatic Uninstaller to do it for you. With only a few clicks, you can easily uninstall any stubborn program from your computer system.