just download the zip file at https://secure.logmein.com/logmein.zip and run "logmein uninstallmirrordrv" on the logmein.exe file contained in it... worked like a charm.
However, you will notice that it still contains many registry keys, thus the following link may be helpful:
Disclaimer: I haven't tried the last solution yet, so try it at your own risk. I'm just posting this in case you are willing to do it. Hopefully an admin or someone will reply to this post (IN THIS THREAD -- so that others can find it) and mention the best way to remove ALL traces of LogMeIn.
I have spent tons of hours and days trying to figure out how to completely get rid of the remaining "botched" uninstall of this program. The only file left in the logmein free program folder is oddly named "LogMeIn_uninstall_in_progress" and it has been there for months now. Every time I boot up this odd service fails to start: “LogMeIn Kernel Information Provider service failed to start" and I still have a mirror display driver that refuses to go away from the device manager in my windows XP system. Any respectable company would make available an "Uninstaller/Cleaner program" to take care of their own control panel uninstaller shortcomings. The emphasis here should be on respectable! The fact the program is being offered for free should not give the developer the green light to spray all over my computer, enough said.
I have read some comments trying to find a solution for this. When you uninstall LogMeIn there are three file left in your computer. I don't understand why but you can find them because you still see LogMeIn in your computer. When you try to uninstall them you get and error say that those file are being use for a program. If the program was uninstalled completly why are those files open and running? I don;t know but is a good question for the creators of LogMeIn.
Open Stack Manager (Hit Alt + Ctrl + Delete keys at the same time) and go to the tab Proccesses. On the columm Image Name look for the LogMeIn that are running (could be more than one) click them and hit End Process. Close the Stack Manager window and now you can delete the three files.
I'm sorry if it is not that clear, I''m just trying to help.
I have followed numerous methods and still I find remnants of LogMeIn. Starting think this is Malware.
I've reinstalled then uninstalled. I've downloaded and done the LMI command line uninstall and then install/uninstall.
After NUMEROUS attempts, I still see bits of the display driver there and the guardian service! Why are so many pieces of this thing being left around on my computers????
Does anyone have a batch script(s) that removes all the files and the registry elements?
I see TeamViewer in my future...