ANY ONE PLEASE?????? It is not in Uninstall in the control panel. Second posting Administrators.
You can do a system restore from the most recent restore point.
If you are certain it is installed, I have found some programs that do this and I determined this scenario was due to an incomplete or corrupted installation. I'd suggest rebooting, repeat a successful installation, reboot, then you should be able to do a successful UNinstall from Add/Remove Programs.
Also, it's not good practice to double-post. It is recommended that you "bump" your original post by replying to it and asking for assistance.