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  1. I'm tempted to uninstall it... but.. I cannot find it anywhere on my system (yes, I have 'show hidden files' enabled.)





    Windows Explorer > Program Files > Common > Microsoft Shared.


    Just guessing here, but I think it may be linked to MS Office.


    BTW, I am also showing it listed in the CCleaner Uninstall Tools.


    Sorry I can't be more helpful.

  2. Thank you Andavari for replying so fast!


    Actually, I should have been clearer in my previous question.


    What I would like to know is how do I "undo" the actions that I performed in that "tip" posted by Humpty.

    I believe that tweak I did is preventing me from accessing "Add/Remove Windows Components".


    Thanks again!

  3. Wonder if they could be hidden from the windows add/remove list.


    Try the tip below.


    Windows Explorer>Tools>Folder Options check Show hidden files and folders.


    Open sysoc.inf in the C:\WINDOWS\inf Then press Ctrl+H to open the Replace Wizard.


    In Replace Wizard:


    Find what: ,hide,


    Replace with: ,,


    Then go to control panel Add/Remove , if there were any hidden components they should now show.



    Hi Humpty,

    I used your "tip" because I was showing 14 items in the Uninstall Tools section of CCleaner that were not showing in the Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel.

    Now, when I click on Add/Remove Windows Components, I get a Dialog Box pop up saying:


    "Setup was unable to open information file hide.

    Contact your system administrator. The specific error code is 0x2 at line 2088999411."


    ....following by a second Dialog Box saying:

    "The application could not be initialized."


    Is there something I could do to fix this?

    Thanking you in advance,



    WinXP Home SP2 (Up-to-date)

    NAV 2006


    AD-Aware SE Plus

    CCleaner v 1.31.325

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