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  1. So, I installed Haali Media Splitter to help with .mkv playback on MPC-HC, but now I want to remove it from the program. But the thing doesn't get out no matter what. I tried uninstalling, reinstalling with all check boxes unmarked, then uninstalling again, but it just doesn't go away. Here:





    How can I remove all Haali traces from it permanently?
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    Use revo uninstaller freeware and uninstall it with that.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  3. Uninstall and then search "Haali" with Registry Finder https://registry-finder.com/
    Delete all entries that are found. Then restart your computer.
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  4. Ok, so I tried everything you guys mentioned: Revo uninstaller, deleting everything from registry, but it still didn't go away. That thing is nearly indestructible. The max I was able to do is remove the external filters, but Haali Video Renderer was still selectable under DirectShow Video, instead of changing to "unavailable".

    I was only able to fully remove it after a factory reset, which only finished now. Lesson learned: never going to install anything from Haali again in my life.
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    Originally Posted by Reiko View Post
    Ok, so I tried everything you guys mentioned: Revo uninstaller, deleting everything from registry, but it still didn't go away. That thing is nearly indestructible. The max I was able to do is remove the external filters, but Haali Video Renderer was still selectable under DirectShow Video, instead of changing to "unavailable".

    I was only able to fully remove it after a factory reset, which only finished now. Lesson learned: never going to install anything from Haali again in my life.
    You could perhaps have used graphstudio to identify the filter then issued a command from the command prompt
    to unregister the filter.
    Did you run the uninstaller for haali?
    Having to do a factory reset is a bit drastic, but all's well that end's well
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