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By wesley.chin ·
Can SteadyState for Windows XP be uninstalled?

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Yes it can, just go into "add and remove"..

And delete it from there.

More info here:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/sharedaccess/whatis/default.mspx

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well

by wesley.chin In reply to Yes it can, just go into ...

I also saw what MS had said. I had wanted to to know if what is supposed to happens really does happen. Has anyone actually installed and then removed it? I know some people who installed XP SP3 thinking that it could be uninstalled.

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So instead of asking, do it and find out.

If you really want to know how things work sometimes, it is better to find out yourself. Only then will you know. Do not wait for, " yea it does this and it does that", just do it and then save the answer in a word doc.
So what are you waiting for, a guided tour?.

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by wesley.chin In reply to So instead of asking, do ...

I want to avoid doing something that can't be reversed. I can think of scenarios where what Steadystate promises would not be ideal..

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Pull an image

by IC-IT In reply to No

Then play to your hearts content. Major SNAFU, re-image. ;-)

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If you have back ups why be scared.

Do a full back up and you will be safe.
Do a fresh install if anything goes wrong.
So what seams to be the problem?.
You want a "yes it is ok do it" type of answer. Well computers do not do things the way we want them to sometimes. So the best course is to just find out by your own means.

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