I'm sorry to hear that. I hope this helps:
The plugin only creates 2 lines upon installation. It adds the 2 lines to the
php5.ini file on the root of your site. If the file does not exist on the root of your site, then the file is created (as stated in the description), and the 2 lines will be added to the newly-created file.
(The plugin will add more lines if you run the plugin again from the Tools menu, but not upon plugin installation).
Solution to UNDO what the plugin did:
1. Look for the file named
php5.ini in your site's root directory on the server.
2. If the file does not exists, then the plugin did not even get to do it's job. In this case, deleting the plugin and clearing your cache should fix it.
3. If the
php5.ini does exits, open it.
php5.ini, look at the for 2 lines that look like:
upload_max_filesize = 32M
post_max_size = 33M
Those are the only 2 lines that the plugins adds. If you find those EXACT lines at the very bottom of the file (if these are the last 2 lines in the file), then it's very likely that the plugin created these 2 lines. If you want to undo them, then delete those 2 lines. Save the file and close it.
5. If you don't find the 2 lines from step 4, then the plugin did not get to accomplish it's job. In this case, if there is other content in the file, then do NOT make any changes to this file. Leave everything as is and close the file. However, if the file is completely empty and blank (this is highly unlikely), then perhaps the plugin created the file but did not add the 2 lines, in which case you can delete the file.
I hope this helps.