After trying to remove the Kindle Accessories in Windows, I failed and was left with two options - repeat the procedure or carry out a Kindle repair. The first option is definitely the better one and I shall therefore suggest that you do it. If you are not too sure, carry out a Kindle repair on your own as I recently learned that this can cause irreparable damage to your Kindle device. As well as being an amateur, I am assuming that you are not exactly an expert on computer hardware. To make matters worse, my Kindle was covered in a very tough protective casing which unfortunately cracked open.
So, what now? Well, if you are using the latest version of azwsoft, then you may proceed with the Kindle azw soft removal process. Firstly, connect the Kindle to your computer by USB cable and then click on Start> Control Panel button on your computer. Select the "Device Manager" icon, which should appear in the task bar.
If all your efforts to uninstall the Kindle from your computer resulted in vain, then it is time to carry out the Kindle repair process using the program Azwsoft Tinker Recovery. This is a utility developed by azwsoft that supports batch processing. Once you have selected the program, click on the "Start" button to initiate the processing. You may have to wait for at least 10 minutes to complete the process but once it is completed, your Kindle will beep and you can safely remove it from your system. So what are the pros and cons if I am to uninstall the Kindle when it fails the first time? Well, the cons when it comes to the Kindle are: The latest version of the Kindle supports batch processing which means that you may end up in the situation where your eBook is not completely deleted even though it is uninstalled.