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Jackthehammer

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#1 14 years ago

i wanna re-install my bfv, but if i put in the cd, it just gives me the option of uninstall... BUT IVE ALREADY UNINSTALLED, so it must think the game is still on my computer, a friend told me that it is a problem with registers, that there s something left there... does any1 know how to delete the remaining file from my registers?

my computer is retarted :moon:




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#2 14 years ago
Jackthehammer

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#3 14 years ago

thnx alot man, it worked :D




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#4 14 years ago

i have done everything the forum said, and now i have a weird problem with the game size, it says the game is only 0 kb i dunno what 2 do, ive restarted a lot of times, but that doesnt work niether:confused:




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#5 13 years ago

Well if you come back I will let you in on a secret.....type in regedit in the run console Go into the registry and take out all of the old links that are ea games battlefield vietnam.....

I have had to do this before and it does the trick. I am a little better at getting in to the registry and changing things because there are lots of things that you uninstall and they dont get taken out of the registry. Just make sure you only delete the links that you dont need.....the restart your computer.....

You can do a search in the registry too.....if not it takes a long time....it is good to do once and a while any way.

I ocd my processor and tweaked some setting and my cpu is running mint......It just needs a cleaning......maybe download tuneup utilities first....this is a really awsome program....it deep cleans and scans your registry for you and takes out invalid links....IE links pointing to the wrong place you know.