Did you go into your user docs and delete every rc file and the gimp folder and all its subfolders?
Baum wrote:It still doesn't work .. and uninstalling Gimp doesn't really uninstall it, it keeps the whole scripts and so on... grrr....
Sometimes a gimprc file can be found outside the gimp folder in user docs.
I was having trouble installing Python for gimp 2.6.11 on my laptop, until i went through the user docs folder in EVERY user folder and deleted them all. Then it installed perfectly...If you installed Gimp for "all users" , those folders (the gimp 2.0 folders), will still be in those other user folders even if you un-install Gimp through control panel/add remove programs.
Are you using Windows or a different platform?