How to Remove Trusted Drive Management Software

Updated July 20, 2017

The Trusted Drive Manager is security application that integrates with the encryption methods of self-encrypting hard drives. Remove the software if you no longer have any use for it or it is causing unwarranted errors on your computer or before you upgrade to a newer version of the software. Use the included Windows features to remove software programs, including security utilities, from your computer.

Launch Windows and log in with an administrator account.

Click "Start" and select "Control Panel" from the menu. Click "Programs" and choose "Programs And Features." A window will appear, listing the currently installed software programs on your computer.

Click the "Trusted Drive Manager" in the list and click "Uninstall." The Windows Uninstaller wizard will appear on your screen.

Click "Next" in the Welcome window and click the "Remove All" button to remove all of the software components from your computer.

Restart your computer to save the changes to your settings and complete the uninstall process.

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