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Add-ons can't be romoved by uninstalling

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I have been trying to uninstall Divx HiQ and Divx plus web player. I try to remove them manually but I can't find them in my computer

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Check if the solutions given in this article help: Uninstalling add-ons. If your problem is still not solved, see the Troubleshooting section at the end of that article for further help.

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I tried everything that dynamite linked to, but it will always keep reinstalling itself. There must be some way of getting rid of this? This is fraudulent by Divx

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Manually delete DivX folder in /Library/Application Support Manually delete Divx related components in /Library/Application Support/Mozilla/Extensions (not sure if second is necessary).

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Fifth question on this page: http://support.divx.com/faq/view/supportFAQen170/DivX-Plus-Web-Player-210-Frequently-Asked-Questions

Q: Can I uninstall DivX HiQ?

A: Yes, but DivX HiQ is part of the DivX Plus Web Player. They can be removed together through “Add/Remove Programs” on Windows, and using “Uninstall DivX for Mac” in the DivX applications folder on Mac OS X.

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Yes!!! Yihaa! I deleted DivX folder in /Library/Application Support/Mozilla/Extensions and Divx HiQ and Divx plus web player disappeared in the add-ons manager.

P.S. Uninstalling of the divx bundle didn't work for me.

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Yes!!! @pavelbonev It worked for me too!!!

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where is /library ? i can't follow the steps as i don't know where this folder is! please help! uninstalling doesn't work - i just get 'programme not responding'

Modified by Soilleir

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“/Library” means the Library folder on the root level of the system, the one you see when you double-click your hard disk icon. If you don’t see a hard disk icon, switch to the Finder and just choose “Computer” from the “Go” menu.