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    How to uninstall weatherpop application?
    How to uninstall weatherpop application?

    I can't delete the program because it is running.

    How do I get it out of here.

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    meltbanana314
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    Go to your Applications folder and go to the Utilites folder and find Activity Monitor. You should get a list of applications that are currently running. Find WeatherPop in the list, select it, and quit the process.

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    ..then drag it to the trash


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    Where is it, I can't find it...

    http://uploadyourimages.com/img/947342where.jpg


    Does this site support image tags? Link doesn't work.

    Do I need to put the files in the trash back in the applications folder?

    Selling (2) 256MB SDRAM PC133,144pin Original Samsung Memory for Powerbook G4,
    Modules used since purchase on 7/27/02 until I removed them on 11/13/03, PM me for details.

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    I found mine under Weatherpop.

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    In the drop down menu, click on "My Processes" while Weatherpop is running.

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    I posted a picture of what is running, it is not running. The finder says I can't delete it because:

    "Wind.tif is running."

    I searched for wind.tif and it is not on the comp... I give up..

    Selling (2) 256MB SDRAM PC133,144pin Original Samsung Memory for Powerbook G4,
    Modules used since purchase on 7/27/02 until I removed them on 11/13/03, PM me for details.

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    Have you attempted to restart the computer yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat
    Have you attempted to restart the computer yet?
    Yes, and that solved it. I was able to trash the app after I rebooted.

    Thanks for the help. I didn't think I was crazy.

    Selling (2) 256MB SDRAM PC133,144pin Original Samsung Memory for Powerbook G4,
    Modules used since purchase on 7/27/02 until I removed them on 11/13/03, PM me for details.

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    Glad that worked for ya!

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