Can not uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9?

Are you having trouble with uninstalling NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9? You may be stucked in the middle of the process and don't know how to proceed, or receive strange error messages while performing the removal, so you are probably now searching for solutions everywhere on the internet. Actually you are not alone, many computer users complains that they also encountered the same issue while trying to remove NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.

Normally, NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 is not a hard-to-remove program, however, if the program was not installed properly, or some program file got corrupted/deleted, you may not be able to smoothly uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 without getting errors or leaving leftovers inside the computer system. How do we stop these uninstall error and clean up all registry leftovers, consider the complexity and risks that involved in manual solution, we recommend that using third party uninstall tool to manage the removal of NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.

How does auto uninstaller work to uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9

Steps to uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 with automatic uninstall tool

  • Click to download uninstall tool, follow the instruction to easily install it in your PC.
  • Launch the uninstall tool, select NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 in the right hand program list and click "Run Analysis" button.
  • After the analysis finish, click the "Complete Uninstall" button to start regular uninstall process.
  • Click Scan Leftovers button after the regular removal process finished.
  • click "Delete Leftovers" button to completely remove all the remains that scanned out.
  • Click OK in the pop-up message to finish the removal.

Why using third party uninstall tool is recommended.

  • Uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 completely without leaving trace.
  • Easy to use and totally safe.
  • Save time and energy.

I wanna uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 manually

There is a couple of ways to uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 manually without using any third party tool, but it could take you longer time as it is a bit complicated, also, the manual solution does not apply to circumstances like incomplete installation of NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9, or there are corrupted/Missing files in the installation folder, etc.

Manual removal solution part 1:

  • Click Start menu, go to Control Panel.
  • Open Add/Remove program.
  • Navigate the program list and find out NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.
  • Click the Remove button behind NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.
  • Follow the instruction to carry on the removal.
  • After the removal finish, reboot your computer once.

Alternative way 1: Open My Computer

  • Open the drive where you installed NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.
  • Find out and open the installation folder of NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 in the target drive.
  • Locate the file named 'uninstall.exe', double click it to activate the uninstall wizard.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction to finish the removal.
  • Restart your computer aftermath.

Alternative way 2:

  • Right click the NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 icon on the desktop.
  • Select properties, you may find the program location in the 'Target' section.
  • Click 'Find Target' to open the installation folder.
  • Locate the file named 'uninstall.exe', double click it to activate the uninstall wizard.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction to finish the removal.
  • Restart your computer aftermath.

You can also:

  • Click Start menu.
  • Go to Program or All program.
  • Find out where is NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9, move the mouse pointer to NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9.
  • Click Uninstall NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 in the appeared menu to start the regular removal.
  • Follow the instruction in the wizard to finish the removal.
  • Restart your computer once it finish. (normally the program will prompt you to restart after the removal)

Manual removal solution part 2:

The regular uninstall process is incapable of removing all the components of NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9, you have to find out what's left inside your computer hard drive or registry and delete them all manually.

  • Access to the Windows search tool from Start menu > Search
  • Select For files or folders.
  • Click the option of 'All files and folders'.
  • In the 'Look in' section, select the system drive as search target.
  • Type NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 or part of the name in the first blank, clcik Search.
  • Wait a few second to allow the scan to be finished.
  • Press Alt + A on the keyboard to select all the found leftovers on the target drive.
  • Press Delete key to delete them all.

Manual removal solution part 3:

This part of the operation involves using registry editor, if you do not have related experience, we suggest you to carefully follow the below steps to avoid unnecessary troubles caused by mistaken operations. Press Windows key and R key together.

  • In the pop-up Run Commend box, type in 'regedit' and press Enter key.
  • After you open registry editor, go to File menu > Export.
  • Select 'All' in the Export Range section.
  • Rename the backup file and select the location you want to store the backup file.
  • Click Save button.
  • After finish the backup action, navigate the registry branch on the left side.
  • Find the folder named HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software.
  • Look for folders that related to NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9, and right click to delete them
  • Navigate the registry editor to locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE folder.
  • Find out NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 related entries and delete them all.
  • In order to let the new changes in registry take effect, you need to restart your computer once.

Detailed instruction of how to backup registry

in case you are still confuse about the registry backup operation in the above steps, you may watch the below video instruction of how to manually backup registry. Again, creating a backup is a very important step that should be done before you start the leftover removal.

Tips after uninstalling a program

Since program removal may sometimes cause data disorder in both registry and hard disk, which may creates fragment that affect the system performance, so after you done the removal of NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9, it is suggested to defrag the hard disk and registry.

How to defragment hard disk

    Every Windows system equips the defragment tool that allows users to clean up disk fragment.

  • You can access to this tool through Start > All program > Accessories > System tools > Disk Defragmenter.
  • Select the volume you want to defragment.
  • You can click Analyze button first to check the fragmentation status of the target drive volume.
  • If you want to save time, go click Defragment button to defrag the drive directly.
  • The defragment may take you half an hour or even longer, depends on the condition of your hard drive, please wait patiently.

Defragment registry

To Defrag registry is a bit complicated as there is no build-in tool in Windows for such operation. You may need to resort to third party tool. Actually some of the registry cleaner programs on the internet has registry defragment feature, it should not be hard to find, here you can download the registry tool that recommended by our expert team, and then follow the below simple steps to defragment your Windows registry.

  • Download and install the registry cleaner.
  • Open the cleaner, click Defrag tab, click the button of 'Optimize registry now'
  • Then the program will backup and defrag the registry automatically for you.
  • Restart the computer after the defragment finished.

NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9 program information

Application Name: NVIDIA Inspector 1.95.9
Version Released: January 9th, 2012, 17:27 UTC
Pricing: XXXLicense
Author: Orbmu2k

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