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How do I remove V.92 MoH on Hold App. Version 1.70, Agere

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How do I remove V.92 MoH on Hold App. Version 1.70, Agere Systems
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  James Carter replied 7 years ago.
hello

thanks for your question.

go to MY Computer-> C / Program files

Remove the folder in which it is located. delete that folder.
and delete any shortcuts..

Please Accept
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Hello, I wsnt to my computer and tried to find the folder, unable to find it, where might i Look.

 

I will not have access to this computer untill the end of the week.

 

Thanky you , I need help to find the folder.

 

Expert:  James Carter replied 7 years ago.
by MOH do you mean Medal of honour or Music of Hall?
which program is it?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I have no Idea what you mean by MOH, I did not refer to it whats so ever. My question is : I went to my computer and searched the folders, was not able to locate witch folder it is or look in. How can I find the folder?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
I did not get any help from you on the problem. So close out this matter.I Accept
Expert:  James Carter replied 7 years ago.
hello

The question got expired so couldnt reply you earlier.

you said
"How do I remove V.92 MoH on Hold App"

so I was asking about MoH

so have you tried C/Program Files already?

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