Thanks for reading this, and possibly recognizing... as an additional member... the problems I am having.
I have a member for a few years, and uh, I am on-top of updates with ComSkip as well as TB. I am not an expert or administrator, however I may be able to help out; most of my few posts are directed towards babgvant, because I by the time I run into a problem, I need assistance and I count on the expert (babgvant) to recognize the problem.
That's me, for now, but your problem is easily fixable. The basic uninstall for any program is in your Control Panel, under Add/Remove Programs... where you find your program and change/remove it; another more advanced way to do this, is to download the Windows Installation Removal tool... and find your program there (normally under "All Users:...")...; and a third way to do this is to find a file shredder (I use freeware mostly, and brand-name titles only when needed), a decent one (likely found on www.download.com), and secure or permenantly delete the folder of the program from Program Files.
Then, if you're lucky, you will have no problem with re-installing your package (.msi or .exe) of the program itself. That's basically what you do.
Now, please re-read and/or direct my question that I posted to someone you may know/write-to on this community to hopefully post an answer to my question. I am quite sure that my question is a little more advanced than what you asked, but still needs answering for my solution.
* Just a note for you and potentional viewers: As stated, I am somewhat knowledged about what to do for most of these simple steps (which takes a fair amount of discovery time, no doubt), as I install, remove and navigate Windows' O.S. (when needed) and more importantly its software titles, among many other tasks at times.
My questions here are normally related to settings/configurations' issues or how-to(s) related to issues of TB.
My weaknesses are related to Command Prompt, script-writing or any other issue that I cannot deal with visually... as I work with GUIs.
I would be happy to advise or attempt to help other members as well, thanks for the idea...
I am not an exclusive member to this site, although at times I feel like this forum community is most helpful, but if you or many other members want to try a question to me... post a thread if related to here, or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will attempt to help out... that is, if primarily or most frequently during or after they receive assistance or a solution, they will mention or tell others about me (and my e-mail).
I only ask that all members or visitors e-mail me only if:
1. They have an unrelated question, seperate from this software and community forum
2. If they are not a member or are unable to post threads on forums (this one and/or any other forum site)
That's all you need to do, and believe me, this is a new idea for myself (btw, thanks for the suggestion, bro) and I would love to try it when I log-in or check e-mails. I also ask, to all, that e-mail amounts be reasonable - meaning 1 or 2 messages from the same person within 7, 10, or at most 14 days... as I easily get overwhelmed from too many messages piled up in general, in addition to a piling/piled up spam folder.
Thanks for that,
Perhaps you could advise on how to identify if commercial skip is working?
If I need to re-install, how do I completely remove existing installation?