Assisting 13869242 developers since 2005.

Web Developer, Open Source, Loyal, Dad.  

Read More »

How to Remove Nero Scout & Search

Posted by David  •  Aug 3rd, 2007 4:55:18 pm - Subscribe | Mood: good | Music: Krafty Kuts - Fabriclive

Explains how to remove Nero Scout using a simple registery edit via run command.

What is Nero Scout?
Nero Scout is a unique media database application that provides instant access to your media files from any Nero application, Windows Explorer, and many standard Windows applications. Many media players use a proprietary database to store metadata and the locations of media files are spread over the PC. However, Nero Scout is different. It is optimized to provide you the fastest access ever to your media files from all Nero applications. It also lets you browse your media files from Windows Explorer or virtually any application you want. You no longer have to worry about having multiple databases on your system with each storing the same information in a slightly different way. Now all you need is Nero Scout.

How to Remove Nero Scout
To remove Nero Scout, just execute:
regsvr32 /u "%COMMONPROGRAMFILES%AheadLibMediaLibraryNSE.dll"


Updated July 29th 2008
To remove Nero Scout, just execute:

Cmd.exe /c regsvr32 /u /s "%ProgramFiles%Common FilesAheadLibNeroSearch.dll" && regsvr32 /u /s "%ProgramFiles%Common FilesAheadLibNeroSearchBar.dll" && regsvr32 /u /s "%ProgramFiles%Common FilesAheadLibNeroSearchTray.dll"

or

regsvr32 /u "C:Program FilesCommon FilesAheadLibMediaLibraryNSE.dll"

Go to START > Run and copy the code above.

If this helped you or if you need help leave a comment.

Comments 5  •  Aug 3rd, 2007 4:55:18 pm - Subscribe  •  Tweet this entry | Post a comment



Responses

anonymous Says:
May 01st, 2008

No worky for Nero 8

anonymous Says:
May 14th, 2008

Dos not work

anonymous Says:
May 18th, 2008

no work

anonymous Says:
June 08th, 2008

I just went to all programs and right clicked nero scout and clicked properties and clicked on third tab click find target and removed the file from the nero folder and did it 2 times there were 2 locations and now its gone and my cpu went from 100% usage to 2 % and I have Nero 8

anonymous Says:
July 07th, 2009

regsvr32 /u "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Ahead\Lib\MediaLibraryNSE.dll"
This start and run code is shown on another site and has the appropriate backslashes in place.

Leave a Reply


ReCaptcha:

Posting as anonymous Anonymous guest, why not register, or login now.

Image Gallery

Badges

Amazon Wishlist Stumble Upon Toolbar
Internet Blogs - Blog Top Sites Internet Blogs - Blog Top Sites Technology

About Me

avatar

@davidpolanco
iPhone: 29.513522,-98.565523 Web Designer, Open Source, Loyal, Dad. Learn more...