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How to remove Xigncode after uninstalling game.
My brother installed the game to get the Black Rose knife. (Oh shocker, another TF2 player invading for a single item.) I know Xigncode stays after uninstalling the game, so I was wondering how to get rid of it. His computer doesn't have enough space to begin with so...
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>=SF=< Quantom X May 28, 2016 @ 1:07pm 
But I do highly recommend sticking around more for the game.
Grab the nearest hammer, and then proceed to beat the living crap out of your personal computer!

What do you mean i sh*tposted?
No worries, but i forgot the best part. You must also break the nearest window, using the SAME hammer. This is important, using a different hammer will curse you in the underworld making your head shrink every day. After breaking the window with the same hammer as the Computer, jump out of it and land HEAD-FIRST into the concrete. If there's no concrete, you're doomed to have a shrinking leg in the underworld after you die.
UnluckyCricket Jun 9, 2017 @ 1:50pm 
I know this is an old thread, but here's a more relevant reply from someone who just researched this:

http://forums.mmorpg.com/discussion/446453/xigncode3-remains-on-your-pc-after-black-desert-client-uninstall-easy-uninstall-procedure

In the event the link doesn't work anymore by the time someone reads this, here's the actual instructions taken from the forum:

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This is on Win10 FYI:


To confirm - after uninstall

Look for xhunter1.sys in your windows directory
Look for xhunter reg key
Also you'll notice that there's a driver running on your PC called xhunter


This is Xigncode3


There is no uninstall so you have to do it manually:


Open up regedit with admin rights - (careful to not delete anything else)
Search for xhunter - delete it

Search fo xhunter1.sys file - delete it

Reboot - voila - the xhunter driver is no longer running on your PC and Xigncode3 is gone!

Enjoy.
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The uninstall he's talking about in the line "To confirm - after uninstall" is the game's uninstall, not the uninstall of XignCode.

To use regedit, press WinKey + R to open the Run dialogue. type "regedit" in the field and hit enter. Inside the window that appears, go to Edit>Find (or hit Ctrl + F with the regedit window having focus) and type "xhunter" into the Find field and hit Enter. Regedit will highlight the relevant folder, then just delete it. The xhunter1.sys file that you need to remove afterwards is located in C:\Windows.

Happy removing.
Last edited by UnluckyCricket; Jun 9, 2017 @ 1:59pm
Xiel Jun 21, 2018 @ 7:05am 
Originally posted by UnluckyCricket:
I know this is an old thread, but here's a more relevant reply from someone who just researched this:

http://forums.mmorpg.com/discussion/446453/xigncode3-remains-on-your-pc-after-black-desert-client-uninstall-easy-uninstall-procedure

In the event the link doesn't work anymore by the time someone reads this, here's the actual instructions taken from the forum:

------------------------------------------------------
This is on Win10 FYI:


To confirm - after uninstall

Look for xhunter1.sys in your windows directory
Look for xhunter reg key
Also you'll notice that there's a driver running on your PC called xhunter


This is Xigncode3


There is no uninstall so you have to do it manually:


Open up regedit with admin rights - (careful to not delete anything else)
Search for xhunter - delete it

Search fo xhunter1.sys file - delete it

Reboot - voila - the xhunter driver is no longer running on your PC and Xigncode3 is gone!

Enjoy.
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The uninstall he's talking about in the line "To confirm - after uninstall" is the game's uninstall, not the uninstall of XignCode.

To use regedit, press WinKey + R to open the Run dialogue. type "regedit" in the field and hit enter. Inside the window that appears, go to Edit>Find (or hit Ctrl + F with the regedit window having focus) and type "xhunter" into the Find field and hit Enter. Regedit will highlight the relevant folder, then just delete it. The xhunter1.sys file that you need to remove afterwards is located in C:\Windows.

Happy removing.
I know it's been a year but thanks a lot! :)
я Jan 8 @ 11:03am 
THE ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ XHUNTER.SYS KEEPS COMING BACK AFTER A BSOD '-'
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