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    Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    I have installed the Iminent toolbar on my Windows 7 machine in order to add emoticons, smileys and other features in all social networking sites but now I don't want this anymore, so when I have decided to remove it am getting the message "Action restricted! Please contact system administrator".



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    vishal21bhadani Array
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    Re: Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    Hi Friend,

    >> You are not able to remove the Iminent Toolbar from the Windows 7 System.

    >> There might be the browser that are currently using the Toolbar.

    >> First Close all the Browsers.

    >> Then Go to Control Panel.

    >> Now select Programs and Features.

    >> Right Click Iminent Toolbar and Select Uninstall.

    >> Then uninstall process will start.

    >> now Clear History of the browsers.

    >> Also remove the Temporary file from the System.


    I Hope you will understand.

    All The Best.

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    Mohanbabu Array
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    Re: Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    hi..

    For this you need to disable your iminent toolbar...

    If it is attached with Google chrome..

    open google chrome..

    Press Ctrl +H ..

    Click on Extension option..

    Then choose iminent tool bar click on Disable option..

    After disabling..

    Go to Control panel from start button..

    Click on programs and features..

    Click on un install a program..

    Now click on Iminent toolbar..

    Then click on uninstall button..

    Sure it will go to remove...

    Thank you..

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    You need autnorization from Administrator to remove application from Windows 7.

    Though possibly you are the Only user of the computer, but when the Windows 7 was installed it was installed with Administrative Account and that administrator did not assign you rites to Uninstall programs.

    You need to log in as an Administrator, and then remove the Tool Bar.

    You may download an uninstaller program from the internet called Revo Uninstaller,
    It is a powerful tool and possibly can uninstall the Tool bar from Windows 7.

    Try those methods.


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    MSB Array
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    Re: Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    Hello friend,

    1.First of all close the all program sin your system,

    2.After this open the control panel,

    3.Then go to the programs>uninstalling programs>uninstall the Iminent Toolbar in your system,

    4.Now restart your system and you use the normally,

    5.I hope this information use full to you,

    Thank you,

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    rautaripu Array
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    Re: Unable to remove Iminent Toolbar on Windows 7 System

    Hi .


    This problem is created whenever you trying to uninstall the toolbar while the browser is opened or running. so please close the Browser first then try to uninstall the program. Even it is seeming not removing then you have to disable the program from the browser then try following.:

    Go to Start Menu & Open Control Panel.

    Click on Program & Features.

    then after double click on the program you want to uninstall from the system.

    Go ahead as per the instruction.

    All the Best..

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