Re: BearShare !@#$%^&*
If it won't allow you to uninstall it the old fashioned way, then try deleting the folders/files in Program Files that refer to it. Then try running CCleaner in registry mode to remove the references to it in the registry. If that doesn't work, then it may take a long, involved process of manually searching for the registry keys that refer to it and deleting them. To get a better idea of where files/registry keys that reference the program are located, run msconfig and look under the Startup tab. Look for any startup items that reference Bearshare or whatever and look under Command to find the executable file associated with it and look under Location to find the registry keys associated with it. Of course, formatting and reinstalling the OS is always an option...
But I'm trying, Ringo. I'm trying real hard... to be the Shepherd.