A few months ago I downloaded "plex" to my MBP. I thought it was neat, but wasn't something that I wanted on my primary machine. So, I threw away the Plex application. However, every time I restart my machine, "Plex Media Server" opens up. Obviously it's useless without "Plex," so I just ignored it. Then I installed Lion. (I dunno if this might have something to do with the problem) Now. I want to remove "Plex Media Server" because it's annoying, and useless, and I'd rather rid myself of the problem forever. So, I looked onto the Plex site, and it says this... To completely remove the Plex Client and Plex Media Server from your Mac OS Computer: Make sure the Plex Client and Plex Media Server are not running Delete the following Files and Folders: /Applications/Plex.app ~/Library/Application Support/Plex ~/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server ~/Library/LaunchAgents/com.plexapp.mediaserver.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.plexapp.plexmediaserver.plist ~/Library/Preferences/com.plexsquared.Plex.plist Making it simple for me, of course. The only problem is, I checked all of those folders in my library folder, and nothing with the name "Plex" or "plex media server" is in the folders. They're just not there. I've searched, I promise. I'll take a picture of all of these folders and put it in the thread if requested. So my question is, how can I uninstall something that my computer claims doesn't actually exist?