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Question: Why is it called "unsetup" instead of "uninstall"?

Answer: The word "uninstall" implies complete removal of Foxhound from your system and that's not what it does.

The unsetup process uses the Microsoft Windows Installer command MsiExec.exe /X{B6CE87CB-2838-49AC-9E48-6E867BDD4B93} command to reverse the actions of the original Foxhound InstallShield setup process, and that is only one part of the installation.

The second part of the Foxhound installation runs the "post-setup" script file, and that script performs actions that the Windows Installer doesn't reverse.

To completely uninstall Foxhound, you have to run the unsetup process and then manually delete the Foxhound folder.

By default, Foxhound is installed in this location on Windows XP:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\RisingRoad\Foxhound1
and on Vista it is here:

See also...
How do I install Foxhound?
How do I install a new version of Foxhound?
How do I reinstall Foxhound?
Another version of this product is already installed.
How do I remove Foxhound from my system?

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