You might want to consider backuping the data before uninstalling the module and restoring the backup data when it's needed again. This would be a universal solution.
The other option is to leave the module installed and instead of uninstalling it, remove all access rights from users that are related to the module. I guess one option is just to hide the menu item. These options aren't good solutions with modules that somehow modify existing modules.
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