I take what n0e says way too seriously
28th November 2004
I've only got 20ish Gigs left on my hard drive, so I'm going around and deleting everything that I don't use very much (including some of the mods from my massive BC Directory ). As I was going through the Add/Remove Programs menu, I saw the Intrepid Class Mod Pack for BC which I hadn't uninstalled. So I clicked on the Uninstall button, and it said (and I quote exactly), "This program will uninstall USSRelevant from your hard drive. Click OK to continue. So I figure the computer might have gotten confused, and clicked OK anyways. Then it goes through a status bar real fast, and then it says, "USSRevelant has successfully been removed from your hard drive." Then, I look back and see that the Mod Pack is still there, and it hasn't uninstalled anything at all. Now it's giving me this error: "16 bit MS-DOS Subsystem. C:\WINDOWS\system32\command.com. C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\AUTOEXEC.NT. The system file is not suitable for running MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows applications. Chose "Close" to terminate the application." What the heck is this? Ok, so I figure that I'll come back to that one later. Then I see STBC: EOL 1.3 on the Add/Remove Programs list. I've got EOL 1.4 downloaded (but not yet installed), so I figure I might as well delete this too. When I click the Uninstall, I get the same "USSRelevant" thing as I do with the Intrepid Class Mod Pack. And the same 16 bit error thing. Does anyone know what's going on? Because I'm totally confuzzled. Edit: Oh, and the Add/Remove programs tool is saying that the Intrepid Class Mod Pack is some 3 gigabytes. Is this even close to right?