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IP Connect Driver Uninstall Guide

1. Open the Control Panel using the Windows search bar

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2. Go to Programs > Uninstall a program

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3. Look for IP Connect Driver in the list of programs
4. Right click it and select Uninstall

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5. After the uninstaller finishes, It might prompt you to reboot your computer. If the prompt doesn’t appear or you select not to reboot right away, you need to manually reboot your computer to complete the uninstall process.

If after following the previous steps the IP Connect Driver still appears on the Uninstall programs screen, you need to follow these instructions to manually uninstall the driver from your computer.
Important Note: You need administrator privileges to perform the following steps:

1. Open the Registry Editor using the Windows search bar

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2. Go to Edit > Find (or Ctrl+F)

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3. In the search screen type IP Connect Driver and then click Find Next
4. When it finds the first registry, delete it

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5. Then go to Edit > Find Next (or F3) and keep deleting every registry it finds until it shows a message that says Finished searching through the registry

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6. Open the Command Prompt with administrator privileges

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7. Run the following command: pnputil /delete-driver "\IPConnect\10\IpConnectDriver.inf" /uninstall
The default IP Connect Driver installation folder is: C:\Program Files\SecureLink

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8. Go to the directory where the utility that was provided along with this guide is located and run the following command: nsputil.exe -u
The output of that command should be: NSP uninstalled.
9. Using the File Explorer, go to the IP Connect Driver installation folder. You should see a Folder called IPConnect, delete it

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10. Reboot your computer
11. After the reboot, open File Explorer and delete the following files:
C:/Windows/SysWow64/RssHmm32.nsp
C:/Windows/System32/RssHmm64.nsp

If after following all the previous steps the IP Connect Driver seems to be installed in your computer, there’s a Microsoft utility that may help you complete the uninstall process which is called Microsoft Program Install and Uninstall Troubleshooter and can be downloaded here.