Since I have no further need of the Sansa Video Converter (I’m now using Video4Fuze) I was looking to uninstal it but there’s no uninstall facility in Win7 (can’t speak for other OSs). At least there APPEARS to be no uninstall facility - but there is, although the means of uninstalling is hidden in the registry.
WARNING: I must stress that the method I used involved searching the registry and copying a path to the clipboard. However, using the Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall Windows. ALWAYS backup your registry BEFORE accessing it. I will not be responsible if you do not heed this warning. You use the Registry Editor entirely at your own risk.
Click on Start and then Run. Enter RegEdit and click OK to start the registry editor. Go to
and in the right-hand panel look for UninstallPath and either make a note of the path found or click on UninstallPath to select it then go to the Edit menu and click on Modify which will be in bold text. The uninstall path will appear in a dialogue and will already be selected. Simply press Ctrl+C to copy it to the clipboard and close the dialogue by clicking CANCEL. You can then close RegEdit.
Again go to Start and click Run. Paste the path you copied from the Registry and click OK. The uninstall process then starts and you can uninstall the Sansa Media Converter in the normal way of uninstalling any program.
I hope this process will help you if you want to uninstall the Sansa Media Converter from Windows 7 (and perhaps other OSs as well) but - I stress that you use RegEdit entirely at your own risk.