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Is there any way I can set my computer back to a previous time? I downloaded 3 things, but I don't want them on my computer anymore. The downloads were so I can view pages from my schools website, but it doesn't work. I downloaded Flash Player 9, WM Components and Windows Media installer, but none of those programs let me view the video clips from my schools website. I want to 'reset' my computer back to how it was before I downloaded those things.

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Just trash the apps. Put app names in spotlight and find the rest of the related stuff and trash them too.
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Is there any way I can set my computer back to a previous time? I downloaded 3 things, but I don't want them on my computer anymore. The downloads were so I can view pages from my schools website, but it doesn't work. I downloaded Flash Player 9, WM Components and Windows Media installer, but none of those programs let me view the video clips from my schools website. I want to 'reset' my computer back to how it was before I downloaded those things.Thanks
Hi sunshine1686,

It's a simple as sursuciofla says in post#2. To completely uninstall the programs just drag them from your Applications folder or the Desktop straight to the trash, empty it and they're gone.

Try downloading Flip4Mac, maybe it'll allow you to view content on your schools website. Flip4Mac let's macs watch Windows Media via QuickTime.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...omponents.mspx
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Thanks for the replies. I did install flip for mac, but when I go on the website there is no box thingy where the video plays...argh!
This is the website- http://artemis.uwindsor.ca/kits/kcra...3materials.nsf
And before I did all these downloads there was a box on the upper right hand size of the page. And there was like a green puzzle piece in the middle and it said I needed to install a plug in or something, but then I downloaded all those other things...I wish I knew how to use the mac operating system
When I click on the video clips this is what it says for the properties- javascript: playMedia('consciousness/lucid_dreaming.asx') Maybe I need to download javascript? What IS javascript? lol
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Thanks for the replies. I did install flip for mac, but when I go on the website there is no box thingy where the video plays...argh!
This is the website- http://artemis.uwindsor.ca/kits/kcra...3materials.nsf
And before I did all these downloads there was a box on the upper right hand size of the page. And there was like a green puzzle piece in the middle and it said I needed to install a plug in or something, but then I downloaded all those other things...I wish I knew how to use the mac operating system
When I click on the video clips this is what it says for the properties- javascript: playMedia('consciousness/lucid_dreaming.asx') Maybe I need to download javascript? What IS javascript? lol
If you are using Safari follow this link:

http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/email/faq/j....xml.ID=Safari
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If you are using Safari follow this link:

http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/email/faq/j....xml.ID=Safari
It still doesn't work But thanks for your advice!
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