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  1. So, that's a good question - I don't actually know. What I do know is that it displays in my uninstall and manage programs list and I want to to cease existing there, and everywhere, in general. I have religiously cleaned my computer with CCleaner upwards of 5 times hoping it would be a stroke of luck to delete the CD files to no avail. I am religiously afraud of trying new things when it comes to my computer. I'm no expert, which causes that fear - what if I mess something up and can't fix it ever again? etc. If I were to try a registry clean I would 110% need someone to guide me through it to make sure I don't absolutely wreck my crap - because, believe me, I have that kind of luck to do that. That's not to say you'd have to walk me through it, but if nobody did I probably would never touch it. Ever. Edit: I could just edit these typos but the first post and response were at roughly 2-3 in the morning my time and every post henceforth I have atrocious allergies (I have cat allergies... but have cats. It's bad) and don't care enough to fix every individual one. So here's my explanation/excuse (potato/potato) for that, and apologies for it. Edit 2: I have apparently failed to mention that my computer has been unplugged and stored away for the past roughly 4-6 months due to life being a struggle. That's notable because 1. it gives context as to why it is so outrageously important to me (it's the only one I have and I cannot afford another one) and why I'm so fearful, and 2. I don't actually know if leaving a computer unplugged and in random temperatures (below 0°F to probably around 80°F, roughly) could do anything to it? I worry a lot about this thing, I treat it as much like a baby as I can, though, admittedly, if we're taking count, I've probably came very close to killing this baby multiple times. I know a lot of my worries are irrational.
  2. Yes! So, honestly, it was a dumb moment on my part. After installing it and fooling around with it (please keep in mind this way a year if not two years ago by this point) I just left it and forgot about it. I used to be in a pretty bad habit of not cleaning out old crap on my PC, which I am still trying to do better at. At some point during my forgetting-about-it phase, I tossed the CD. Later on, I was file exploring and decided, hey, I don't know what half of this is for, let's Google it and delete some (like I said, keeping my PC neat is a struggle for me, along with doing it properly, apparently)! Well, when I was doing that, I deleted those game files. The specifics of that are hazy - I can't guarantee there was an uninstaller even in the folder, or if I even looked to see if there was one. I regret it every day, seriously. It's ruining my whole start-cleaning-your-harddrives vibe, because every time I look, I can't get past this one stupid CD, so I give up.
  3. Hi! So, honestly, I'm not even sure if this is where I should be starting, but I am at my wit's end and assumed this would be the best place to at least attempt to start. A very long time ago, roughly the late 2000s, I was incredibly interested in CD-type computer games. I happened to purchase a behemoth of one, and, funnily enough, I somehow managed to go through like 4 PCs that either could not handle the massive size or I forgot the CD existed. Fast worward to my current PC, I found this old CD again and thought it would be cool to finally try it out, for nostalgia's sake. I immediately realized it sucked, which I should have expected to start with, and foolishly deleted the *file folders* as opposed to uninstalling the program. I no longer own this CD. i have been practically tearing my hair out trying to uninstall the remnants of this stupid CD to absolutely no freaking avail. I am at a complete loss. I assumed CCleaner could do it, but I am either mistaken or doing it wrong. I am literally begging for any help, it is driving me insane. For record purposes, the CD does actually show up on my uninstall programs dohickey, but when I press uninstall it just spazzes and says it cannot do it due to missing files. Again, I do not own this CD anymore to be able to reinstall it. It was a collection of like 500 outrageously crap games that are beyond obsolete as of like 13 years ago. Running Windows 10. Thanks an outrageous amount, I appreciate any and all help!
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