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How to remove a failed or damaged NOD32 antivirus program?

Because of strong integration with the system, uninstalling an anti-virus program using Windows Add/Removal program is often insufficient, you can’t uninstall them completely or in some cases they don’t even uninstall. However, most antivirus developers has also developed special tool for completely removing their product. Here is a free tool for removing failed or damaged Nod32 antivirus software.

From my experience Nod32 is not that much problematic. After performed a normal uninstall, you can perform a manual clean-up as described here. But it required registry tweaking and is suitable for advanced users only.

However, if you have any problems when uninstalling or installing Nod32 product here is a free tool from Nod32 Netherlands., just download Nod32 Removal tool(176Kb, v.1.0.0.2) and run the program, select ‘yes’ to finish the job. Note that the program interface language is Dutch. [via]

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