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Old 08-19-2006, 10:02 AM   #1
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Didn't know where else to post this... I deleted from applications, rebooted on prompt, then went back through modules and didn't see anything to delete by the vendor (I even checked stuff that didn't look like the software at all for vendor name etc). But when I reinstall the demo is still there. I'm not trying to cheat the system - but magmic tex hold em 2 is in the free software (not demo) section for my service provider - I didn't know that and downloaded the demo from magmic - once I found out about the freeware download I deleted as I said above and downloaded the freeware - but the demo clock is still there (and not reset even).

How do I completely remove this game demo so that I can install the freeware version?

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Try the following:

Go to "Options" ; "Advanced Options"; "Applications"; click wheel and select "Modules". See if the game shows there. If it does, click and delete it.
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Try the following:

Go to "Options" ; "Advanced Options"; "Applications"; click wheel and select "Modules". See if the game shows there. If it does, click and delete it.
Thanks for the reply - after deleting the app any modules that existed prior are no longer - but it still doesn't do the trick
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Have you tried a hard re-boot (remove the battery)?
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Have you tried a hard re-boot (remove the battery)?
Just tried that - same result
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