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Re: uninstalling Tor on the XP side of a MacBook
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- From: "Ringo Kamens" <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 5 Aug 2007 22:12:59 -0400
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Hold F8 while booting into XP to go into safe mode. Then delete the
tor EXE file which I believe is in C:\program files\tor and then the
vidalia file which I have no idea where it is.
Comrade Ringo Kamens
On 8/5/07, Scott MacLeod <helianth@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I use a MacBook with Parallels Desktop for the Mac to run XP and Mac
> OS at the same time. In general it all works well.
> I installed Tor on both the Mac and XP sides.
> When I first tried to shut down the XP side after the Tor
> installation, it hung. I tried to uninstall Tor, Vidalia, etc., using
> the uninstall program. It still hangs. I now have to power off the XP
> and Mac sides to shut down my laptop. The error message says to 'End
> Now' the "Tor Network Map," but I can't hit the end now button under
> the turnoff dialogue box. And "control alt delete" on a MacBook
> keyboard doesn't work to shut down the XP program. When I boot up
> solely on the XP side, the vidalia uninstall program is the only Tor
> program that appears, and it doesn't uninstall.
> I'm left with powering off both operating systems regularly. Ah, XP...
> Any suggestions for getting rid of the Tor Network Map on the XP
> permanently, for the time being, please?