Bad installation of Java Platform Micro Edition SDK 3.0 - Can't uninstall

I tried installing the Java Platform Micro Edition SDK 3.0 tonight and it didn't work (I guess the thing doesn't like it when you're running Win7 x64 with the latest JDK for some reason...). Anyways, it installed fine but on first run it got stuck at the nag screen with IOExceptions, etc. and never finished starting. So I decided to uninstall and guess what? I can't uninstall it because it tells me it can't run the uninstaller program since it can't load a win32 dll on a 64-bit machine...
So I resorted to deleting the folder and running a registry cleaner :/ However, so I can properly clean things up, I'd like to know where else the SDK put files or dlls and which ones.
Thanks for your help!

I'm having exact the same problem, but I'm using Vista x64.
I tried to uninstall x64 version of the Java SE SDK and installed the x86 version instead, but it didn't help :/
So could please anyone post a solution to this.
EDIT: actually I at least managed to uninstall it using the SE SDK x86.
But still, is there any way to use Java ME SDK on Vista x64?
Edited by: sl2wm on Sep 13, 2009 5:18 PM

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