Yesterday I installed a driver for a webcam Chinese here just to test if it had digital signature to work properly in Windows Vista x64 as the manufacturer claimed, or had not and would only work with some native driver (if there) or on the basis of the com gambiarra Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider 1.2 I talked that other post. As was to be expected, the driver was not signed.
The problem was that the time to uninstall this driver, via “Programs and Resources” Control Panel, gave an error, and there was no way to uninstall. I then decided to use Google to search for something and found your blog Help, with a post talking about Revo Uninstaller, programinha freeware that does the forced uninstall programs that do not want to uninstall, besides seeking tracks that wind up even after successful uninstalls through the Control Panel.
The program worked perfectly to remove this driver, data found that he had entered into the record and gave me the option to choose what I wanted to remove. So let the tip also this excellent program, it works on Windows Vista, XP and other, and also has other useful modules, as a choice of programs that automatically boot, Removing junk files left by programs that catch and not finalize correctly, etc. Download on the official site Revo Uninstaller.