A while ago, my friend got fed up with NoNameScript and asked me for some help. He had recently installed a new script on his server which he was quite fond of, but apparently it's not compatible anymore with all recent versions of Windows. He was using NoNameScript for quite some time, but it obviously doesn't work anymore with the latest (or at least the latest stable) versions of windows and hence is no longer developed. So, is there any way to still get NoNameScript to run with the current version or perhaps a similar compatibility replacement?
One way is to use the Windows uninstall utility to uninstall NoNameScript. This is a very good idea, because most people may be unaware of this utility, especially since many people will not even be aware that such uninstall utility exists. To start with, the way how to uninstalling NoNameScript is to use Windows Explorer and browse to C:/Windows/System/MacOS/REPLocalization folder and then click on the NoNameScript folder. This will remove the program from your computer, but if you're interested in reinstalling the program, you will have to repeat the whole procedure.
Another option is to use Windows restore point tool. This is not recommended method, because it can result in severe problems for your computer if you accidentally delete some important files such as registry keys. If you're interested in this uninstall process, you will need to open Windows restore point and then browse to the following location: "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft Windows\ CurrentVersion\RunServices". You will need to search for "exe". If you're still interested in NoNameScript's reinstallation options, then it is highly recommended that you download the latest release from the official website and then follow the below mentioned instructions.