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Im pretty sure that that securom page is for how to RUN the game when you are receiving a no disk error, after the disk has been placed in the drive.

I hate to be this guy, but did you go into control panel, go to the add/remove programs, let it list everything, find oblivion, then remove it from there? That should start the uninstaller, and there is NO reason why they wouldnt let you remove a game from your system.
 

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Go to where it's installed and delete all the files there manually.

Should be your C drive, Program files (x86), Bethesda Softworks, Oblivion.

Easiest solution that I can see.
 

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a friend of mine had this version of the game, what u do is delete everything, and then u manually delete all teh registry crap it leaves behind
 
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Originally Posted by JohnDProb View Post
a friend of mine had this version of the game, what u do is delete everything, and then u manually delete all teh registry crap it leaves behind
I did this and then ran CCleaner to delete all of the registry crap. Success!


Never been a fan of doing it this way, but I had to this time.

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The GOTY version does this. I used Revo Uninstaller.
I ran that as well and it told me the same thing.
 

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Originally Posted by meticadpa View Post
Go to where it's installed and delete all the files there manually.

Should be your C drive, Program files (x86), Bethesda Softworks, Oblivion.

Easiest solution that I can see.
Game is all over other folders and the registry too.

Manually uninstalling it completely is doable, but it's quite a pain.
 

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I ran that as well and it told me the same thing.
If I remember correctly, Revo's own uninstaller still ran afterwards if you used the highest setting and it would take the leftover files and registry items [in this case, all of them] anyway. This was on my last laptop with Vista though, but I haven't had the need to try this with W7, I just use my original disc to install now and the GOTY backup I keep in the drive to play.
 
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