2Haali Matroska logoUninstall Haali Media Splitter x64

There is a beta (or maybe its Alpha) installer for Haali Media Splitter x64 out and about (for links to the installer see my previous post on windows 7 x64 codecs). Sadly the uninstall seems to be broken, which can cause havoc when trying to diagnose codec issues. To remove Haali completely you need to unregister the following files manually using regsvr32 /u filename (from a command prompt run as administrator)


avs.dll
dxr.dll
dxr.x64.dll
mmfinfo.dll
mmfinfo.x64.dll
splitter.ax
splitter.x64.ax
avi.dll
avi.x64.dll
mp4.dll
mp4.x64.dll
mkx.dll
mkx.x64.dll
ogm.dll
ogm.x64.dll
ts.dll
ts.x64.dll

These files are usually found in C:Program Files (x86)HaaliMatroskaSplitter

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gravatar Jon Scaife

I don’t know of anything that installs Haali x64 without asking. However, if it is installed the commands above do work. If you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7 you will need to open the command prompt as an administrator. To do so click on start and in the search box type “cmd” (without the ” marks). Do not press enter. Instead right click on the top search result (cmd.exe) and select “Run as administrator”. In the command window type… cd \. Then type cd “program files (x86)\haali matroska splitter” then run each of the commands above.

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gravatar Marixay

I seem to have these programs… that I didn’t install… and I can’t get rid of them… I tried this, but it didn’t work…

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