Wednesday, March 3, 2010

ROS Non Grata List

Read on Rosmodem web site:

"Some people think to keep telling lies on internet blogs is going to go free. People still trying to outlaw ROS although the FCC has given approval will not be able to make any QSO with ROS or any of the projects I have designed for the future.

“Non Grata” List:
K5OKC,AA6YQ, M6RDP,PE4BAS,KQ7W,ZL4PLM,DL4PLM,GM4PLM,NN4RH,G4ILO "


Please, please, put me on the 'NON GRATA' list too, thank you. [There is no possibility to comment on the ROS site because comments are off]

Update: I tried to get rid of the ROS 'sh*t on my computer, But the program doesn't have a normal uninstaller. So the software developer must take care for a proper way to uninstall the software. Now I have to remove the software in the register of the computer. Aaargh...

Update #2: the Non Grata List has been removed from the ROS site. Foolishness can be erased.

8 comments:

  1. Peter,

    Misschien dat deze link je verder kan helpen hoe de software te verwijderen.

    Een hoop gedoe om ROS zeg. Er wordt al getwijfeld over de maker een zendamateur is.

    73, Tjeerd

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  2. Hoi Tjeerd, ik zie geen link... ik heb het geprobeerd via het register maar dat lukte ook niet. 73 Paul

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  3. He Paul,
    Volgens mij >Configuratiescherm > Programma's > programma verwijderen.....(Vista)
    Daarna het progje CCLEANER laten draaien, en dan zou het meeste spul verwijderd moeten zijn.
    Zekerheid heb je nooit bij Windooz...

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  4. Unfortunately my MagiCure snapshots didn't go back far enough. But I searched the registry and couldn't find any traces of the program. When I installed it I just copied all the files from the zip to a folder, So perhaps just deleting the folder is enough. If anyone knows different...

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  5. Hoi Wally, ik heb gekeken bij Software (XP) maar daar staar ie niet bij, ik heb REVO uninstaller maar die ziet hem ook niet. Waarschijnlijk heeft Julian gelijk, denk ik. Ik gooi gewoon die map leeg en dan het register verder opschonen. 73 Paul

    Hello Julian, I will try that, maybe it's enough to delete the folder. After that I clean up the register. 73 Paul

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  6. Hi Paul,

    What a mess, good luck with the clean out.
    Regards,
    Jim
    W2KLM

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  7. I just discovered the last bit of the clean out, where ROS keeps its settings. It's in a file called ROS.ini in the Windows folder. So just delete that and the software folder itself and it's all gone.

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  8. Hello Julian, I will take a look in the Windows folder. Thanks! 73 Paul

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