How Do I Uninstall A Program I Already Deleted?

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I recently installed Sony Vegas Pro 13.0, and I deleted the file in the program files. Although every single file associated with Vegas Pro 13.0 (including registry information and other obscure files associated with it), it is still not technically uninstalled. I went into Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall

I recently installed Sony Vegas Pro 13.0, and I deleted the file in the program files. Although every single file associated with Vegas Pro 13.0 (including registry information and other obscure files associated with it), it is still not technically uninstalled. I went into Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall Programs, and I can't uninstall in now because it gives me a missing DLL error message. Any idea's on how to delete it? I can't reinstall / repair it because it says a version is already installed. Any help?

(I would upload a picture of the error message but yahoo is having some issues)
Note: I cannot reinstall the program because I cannot uninstall the program I am also running Windows 10.

Other answer:

Connor Clark:
Advanced uninstaller
Smokies Hiker:
Download and install Revo Uninstaller. It's free and does an excellent of deleting every bit of any program you want to completely delete from the hard drive. It's never failed me yet. Sometimes you must reboot after certain software is deleted in order to make sure "all" parts of the software are deleted.
Nick:
Advanced uninstaller pro should be able to take care of that. Be careful when you install advanced uninstaller it does come package with bloatware that you can opt against installing if you decline the agreements on the bloatware
dewcoons:
In order for Windows to uninstall a program it has to be able to find and remove all the files listed in the "uninstall" for the program. If they are not there, it can not uninstall.

Your only option is to reinstall the program and then uninstall it through the Control Panel uninstall.

Jack:
Try reinstalling it, then uninstalling it. Hopefully it takes all the files with it.

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