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thanks in advance -
I had installed a kodak printer but have since removed it - however the auto-installer updater application continues to pop up on my dashboard -
how can i stop this?
I can not locate it on my harddrive... and maybe am not looking for it correctly
thanks.
nothing in applications or utilities directories
thanks again
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Try the free app called App Cleaner on FreeMacSoft

It looks for applications, widgets and 'others'. I can't guarantee it'll work but it's a very good useful app to have anyway. It'll find all the related files and trash them in a sensible manner.

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thanks - got it but no luck
will continue to look for solution
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Did the Kodak program come with an uninstaller? Mine did. If so re-install and then use the uninstaller.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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