Recovery Manager Recovery Manager

A guide to uninstall Recovery Manager from your PC

You can find below details on how to remove Recovery Manager for Windows. The Windows release was created by CyberLink Corp.. More information on CyberLink Corp. can be seen here. Click on to get more facts about Recovery Manager on CyberLink Corp.'s website. Recovery Manager is commonly installed in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery directory, depending on the user's option. The full command line for uninstalling Recovery Manager is C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{44B2A0AB-412E-4F8C-B058-D1E8AECCDFF5}\setup.exe. Keep in mind that if you will type this command in Start / Run Note you may get a notification for administrator rights. Recovery Manager's primary file takes around 2.19 MB (2295080 bytes) and is named RecoveryMgr.exe.

Recovery Manager contains of the executables below. They occupy 14.37 MB (15068776 bytes) on disk.

  • CDCreator.exe (705.29 KB)
  • DetectLang.exe (241.29 KB)
  • FileRestore.exe (9.41 MB)
  • Install_AP.exe (577.29 KB)
  • RecoveryMgr.exe (2.19 MB)
  • Reminder.exe (505.29 KB)
  • SetMBR.exe (417.29 KB)
  • CLMUI_TOOL.exe (173.29 KB)
  • MUIStartMenu.exe (217.29 KB) to view all...

The current page applies to Recovery Manager version 5.5.2829 only. Click on the links below for other Recovery Manager versions: to view all...

A way to uninstall Recovery Manager from your computer with the help of Advanced Uninstaller PRO

Recovery Manager is a program marketed by CyberLink Corp.. Frequently, people want to uninstall it. Sometimes this is troublesome because uninstalling this manually takes some advanced knowledge related to Windows internal functioning. The best QUICK manner to uninstall Recovery Manager is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. Here are some detailed instructions about how to do this:

1. If you don't have Advanced Uninstaller PRO already installed on your Windows PC, install it. This is good because Advanced Uninstaller PRO is the best uninstaller and all around utility to take care of your Windows computer.


2. Run Advanced Uninstaller PRO. It's recommended to take some time to get familiar with Advanced Uninstaller PRO's interface and wealth of functions available. Advanced Uninstaller PRO is a powerful PC management program.

3. Click on the General Tools button
Go to General Tools

4. Press the Uninstall Programs tool
Go to Uninstall Programs

5. A list of the programs existing on your PC will be made available to you

6. Scroll the list of programs until you find Recovery Manager or simply click the Search feature and type in "Recovery Manager". If it is installed on your PC the Recovery Manager application will be found automatically. When you click Recovery Manager in the list of programs, some data regarding the application is made available to you:

  • Star rating (in the left lower corner). The star rating explains the opinion other people have regarding Recovery Manager, from "Highly recommended" to "Very dangerous".
  • Opinions by other people - Click on the Read reviews button.
  • Technical information regarding the program you want to uninstall, by pressing the Properties button.
For instance you can see that for Recovery Manager:

  • The publisher is:
  • The uninstall string is: C:\Program Files (x86)\InstallShield Installation Information\{44B2A0AB-412E-4F8C-B058-D1E8AECCDFF5}\setup.exe
7. Press the Uninstall button. A confirmation page will come up. Confirm the uninstall by clicking the Uninstall button. Advanced Uninstaller PRO will automatically remove Recovery Manager.
Uninstall Recovery Manager

8. After removing Recovery Manager, Advanced Uninstaller PRO will offer to run a cleanup. Press Next to proceed with the cleanup. All the items of Recovery Manager that have been left behind will be found and you will be asked if you want to delete them. By removing Recovery Manager using Advanced Uninstaller PRO, you are assured that no registry items, files or directories are left behind on your PC.

Your system will remain clean, speedy and able to run without errors or problems.


Geographical user distribution

  • 10.0
  • Windows 7 (6.1)
  • Windows 8 (6.2)
Software Application


The text above is not a piece of advice to remove Recovery Manager by CyberLink Corp. from your PC, nor are we saying that Recovery Manager by CyberLink Corp. is not a good application for your PC. This page simply contains detailed info on how to remove Recovery Manager supposing you decide this is what you want to do. The information above contains registry and disk entries that Advanced Uninstaller PRO stumbled upon and classified as "leftovers" on other users' PCs.

2016-06-19 / Written by Dan Armano for Advanced Uninstaller PRO

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Last update on: 2016-06-19 16:02:58.980