when GSle is uninstalled it still leaves the version of wavestream in the registry. That can be found by searching for Rockwell and then you\'ll see the WaveStream keys to delete. Be real careful. If you run their little utility that writes a text file of the program, then open that file with notepad you\'ll see all the files that Nemesys installed on your system and where they are at. Their uninstall misses files in the registry. I went through the same thing. It\'s a real drag
mwarren, there are no \'files\' in the registry. There might be keys who point to files. But if the files that the keys point to have been deleted in the uninstall process, the keys left in the registry will do no harm (except for taking up space unnecessarily).
do you have any suggestions of how to get rid of that wavestream-garbage that`s left somewhere in my system?
It seems that I have to reinstall GS LE and monitor the files it installs. Howevr, I\'m not sure if I can delte all that files. Maybe by that I will delete some files that other programms need? Or is that impossible?
Well I\'d look for files called WSTREAM.DLL and WSTRM32.DLL and VWSTREAM.VXD under Windows/System OR under your GigaStudio installation directory. Try deleting them and reinstall GS. I think GS puts those files under Windows/System, so I can\'t really understand how there should be able to be more than one of those files present in your system since it will be overwritten on a new install. Beats me.