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How to Remove Google Toolbar by Using Run Command Line

Posted by David  •  Jul 28th, 2008 2:07:30 pm - Subscribe | Mood: happy | Music: Cimena 86 - Platoon

Explains a quick and painless way to remove the Google Toolbar using the MS-DOS Command Line

Hey everyone, I guess everyone knows that the Google Toolbar can be removed simply by going to your control panel and removing using the Add or Remove Programs icon, but what if…and I use that the term ‘what if’ loosely. What if you are unable to remove the from the Add or Remove Program’s section? Well here is a solution. You can remove the Google Toolbar by Command Line simply by using the following process.

Remove Google Toolbar by Command Line Process
Go to: Start > Run > Copy and Paste this string of code:
regsvr32 /u /s "c:\program files\google\googletoolbar1.dll"

Click Ok.

At this point the MS-DOS will remove the Google Toolbar from the backend. If you have any questions feel free to comment.

Related blog entry:
How to Remove MSN Messenger Using Run Command

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