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Default How to fully UnInstall the VS .Net?

Good morning for all:

Since two days ago, i was trying to FULLY uninstall the VS .Net, with no luck. I did the normal procedure
--> Control Panel --> add or Remove programs etc. then i manually delete every single folder i found in the program files, local setings, application data ... and when i re-install it, my old configuration remains, as well as my last projects and customizations.
I'm doing this because, after installing other software (i don't know which one) i lost access to my sql server.
When i click on my server's name to display my dbs, a pop up window appear asking me to enter a password... But i have no password, i'm using the System autentication mode. So i check the box with the option "Use Windows NT Integrated security", i click ok and it closes, but nothing happens, when i back to click the whole thing repeat.
I don't know what happened. Now i can't create any kind of connection, sql, odbc, jet and so on.
Please if some one have any idea (Except to Format the PC) i really will appreciate it. I'm just pulling my hair off.

Deeply thanks


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